How do horoscopes work?

How do horoscopes work?
Like in newspapers and online when they have horoscopes for each sign…how do they come up with things to say? And how do they end up being right? But then how come sometimes they are totally random and incorrect? I am a capricorn, btw if anyone wanted to know.

Answer by l_son88
It’s all made up…they do these general surveys…I learned it in psychology. It’s all made up stuff that these ppl come up with by questioning ppl and then putting answers up that they all have in common to post it.

Answer by favedave@pacbell.net
I’m sorry to tell you that horoscopes don’t “work” at all. They are completely random and have no basis in science. It’s an attempt to make life feel like it’s connected to random events, to make us feel like we have some control over over our lives in relation to the universe. The horoscopes you read in the newspaper, etc., are written by writers, who come up with them the way any writer of fiction comes up with any ideas: they use their imagination.

So, while they can be entertaining, horoscopes are not really useful. In fact they can be harmful like any belief system not based in reality. It’s better to face your problems head on and not waste energy on bogus solutions like horoscopes, religion, etc.

In other words, look inside yourself, not outwards.

As Shakespeare said, “the fault…lies not in our stars, but in ourselves…”

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Fun things to add to a school newspaper?
Hi!

I need some ideas for things to add to a ‘fun’ section. I have a comic, an word puzzle and horoscope.I need a couple more. Any ideas?

Answer by Just Meg
An advice column for school-related things

Answer by Donna
Depends on who your demographic is. If a ton of pop culture junkies/groupies read the school paper, put a “Pop Culture News” section. If mostly gamers buy your paper, do a “Gaming World” section. If a lot of your readers are of a race other than white, do a section about their culture. Number one rule of marketing: Appeal to the consumers.

Answer by Abidacous
add Sudoku to it.,

more comics!

i suppose if your desperate you could even add a dot to dot game or “spot the difference” game too

Answer by gNeUs g!rl
- ‘Guess Who?’ – a random section where you could put like pictures of your teachers when they were younger and the students can guess who’s that teacher.

– ‘Asks Us’ – where people ask for advice and you put your answers in here.

– ‘Upcoming School Events’ – students want to know what’s happening at school.

– ‘Picture Part’ – put pictures of the students on here- the students who should get noticed.

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