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Today's Stichomancy for Rush Limbaugh

The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Hellenica by Xenophon:

against Phlius, taking with him the garrison under his personal command, with the Sicyonians and Pellenians (for at the date of the incident these states followed in the wake of Thebes). Euphron was there also with his mercenaries, about two thousand in number, to share the fortunes of the field. The mass of the troops began their descent on the Heraion by the Trikaranon, intending to ravage the flat bottom below. At the gate leading to Corinth the Theban general left his Sicyonians and Pellenians on the height, to prevent the Phliasians getting behind him at this point and so over the heads of his troops as they lay at the Heraion beneath.[13] As soon as the citizens of Phlius found that hostile troops were advancing on their corn-land,

The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from The Devil's Dictionary by Ambrose Bierce:

pretence is not altogether false; character can really be read very accurately in this way, for the wrinkles in every hand submitted plainly spell the word "dupe." The imposture consists in not reading it aloud.

PANDEMONIUM, n. Literally, the Place of All the Demons. Most of them have escaped into politics and finance, and the place is now used as a lecture hall by the Audible Reformer. When disturbed by his voice the ancient echoes clamor appropriate responses most gratifying to his pride of distinction.

PANTALOONS, n. A nether habiliment of the adult civilized male. The garment is tubular and unprovided with hinges at the points of

The Devil's Dictionary
The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Richard III by William Shakespeare:

RICHMOND. Good night, good Captain Blunt. Come, gentlemen, Let us consult upon to-morrow's business. In to my tent; the dew is raw and cold. [They withdraw into the tent]


KING RICHARD. What is't o'clock? CATESBY. It's supper-time, my lord; It's nine o'clock. KING RICHARD. I will not sup to-night.

Richard III