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Scorpio Daily Horoscope. Libra Daily Horoscope. I bought four dozen of them, on the theory that no expense should be spared in the search for the portents of truth. What I painfully discovered was that, except as sugar fixes, these cookies aren't what they used to be. I'll let you be the judge of their vapidity: ''If you would be loved, love and be lovable.


One cookie fortune even mocked my dilemma. It said: ''I know of no way of judging the future but by the past. Desperate, I looked again into the crystal globe on my desk, searching this time for visions from the past.

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Nothing materialized. Not even the misty specter of one of Yuri Andropov's old romances. Panic was setting in.

A sympathetic colleague, noticing the beads of sweat massing on my brow, grasped for any tea leaf in a storm and suggested going back to the horoscopes, the ones provided by the New York Telephone Company, ''Horoscopes-By-Phone. I'm sure the woman whose recorded voice answered my fevered call wanted to help, but here's what she said: ''A direct approach would be useful if you are seeking the solution to a difficult problem. Relax more.

How can anyone relax when his reputation for punditry hangs in the balance? I've just sent out for some Tarot cards and a book on palmistry. I'll get back to you next year.

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