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Today's Stichomancy for Mick Jagger

The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Tom Sawyer, Detective by Mark Twain:

say anything, and so it was very still for a second or so, and there warn't no sounds but the screaking of the woodwork and the chug-chugging of the machinery down below.

Then we got him comfortable again, telling him about his people, and how Brace's wife had been dead three years, and Brace wanted to marry Benny and she shook him, and Jubiter was working for Uncle Silas, and him and Uncle Silas quarreling all the time--and then he let go and laughed.

"Land!" he says, "it's like old times to hear all this tittle-tattle, and does me good. It's been seven years and more since I heard any. How do they talk about me

The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from In the Cage by Henry James:

"Of being found out. He's in love with a lady--and it isn't right- -and I've found him out."

"That'll be a look-out for ME!" Mr. Mudge joked. "You mean she has a husband?"

"Never mind what she has! They're in awful danger, but his is the worst, because he's in danger from her too."

"Like me from you--the woman I love? If he's in the same funk as me--"

"He's in a worse one. He's not only afraid of the lady--he's afraid of other things."

Mr. Mudge selected another chocolate-cream. "Well, I'm only afraid

The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Where There's A Will by Mary Roberts Rinehart:

concerned, Mr. von Inwald can walk in to his meals without music, or starve to death waiting for the band."

But she got the phonograph, anyhow, and put the elevator boy in the gallery with it. She picked out some things by Caruso and Tetrazzini and piled them on a chair, but James had things to himself up there, and played The Spring Chicken through three times during dinner, with Miss Cobb glaring at the gallery until the back of her neck ached, and the dining-room girls waltzing in with the dishes and polka-ing out.

Mr. Moody came out when dinner was over in a fearful rage and made for the news stand.