Hold on, now. Why is the story about how your Zodiac sign is actually a month off suddenly all over the news and internet? I thought it was vaguely common knowledge that the Zodiac was developed in Babylonian times, and the stars have shifted since then. The inciting article doesn’t even call the phenomenon by its real name: the “precession” of the Earth on its axis (although you can call it a “wobble” if you want, freshman!).
Not to scoop everybody or anything, but I wrote a “Wednesday’s Child” column on this sometime in 1989, and then went on to say that the instrument you played in school was a much better predictor of your basic nature than astrology. So I did a horoscope for you based on the peculiarities of having learned violin, or piano, or flute, trumpet, cello, etc…
Where was I? Oh yeah, I want credit! No wait, that sounds too needy. What am I trying to say? Now I’m completely confused.