Scorpio 8° (October 30)
Day Seventy-Eight E.D.A.N.O.W.W. Dumping more Afterglow stuff. Doing reach out. Cyrus tomorrow. Only two days left in the house. Leftover pizza for breakfast and through the day. I will stay in and eat a smoked salmon sandwich for dinner and c’est tout. Some stuff about me: Quinn Cox (born William Leone, September 28, 1963) is an American actor, metaphysician, astrologer, author, columnist, television personality and cabaret artist based in New York City. Cox appeared on Broadway 1991, under his given name, in A Little Hotel on the Side with Tony Randall, Rob Lowe and Lynn Redgrave, and, in 1992, in Chekhov’s The Seagull with Laura Linney, Ethan Hawke, Tyne Daly and Jon Voight. Born in Jersey City, Cox moved to Wyckoff, New Jersey at age eight and attended Ramapo Regional High School in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey. He studied at Boston University and at the Université de Grenoble, France, where he met his wife Stella Starsky (born Lynne Corbett) with whom he performs and co-authors books including Sextrology and Cosmic Coupling. After graduating from university, Cox and Starsky moved to Paris, France where he met J.K. Rowling and Lawrence Lleyewlyn Bowen both of whom have remained life-long friends. Starsky and Cox accompanied J.K. Rowling to Harvard University when she delivered her 2008 commencement speech. In the late 1980s, Cox (Leone) worked as an editor for Passion magazine in Paris, and at Avenue magazine, DV8 magazine and The New York Social Calender in New York. In the 1990s, he was entertainment and fashion correspondent for “Ooh La La”/”Fashion Television” (City TV, Toronto) and a contributing editor to InStyle and Detour magazine where he published interviews with Helena Bonham Carter, Roman Polanski, Peter Greenaway, Catherine Deneuve, Jean Reno and others. He became a contributor to The Boston Globe and a Styles section columnist for The New York Times in 2000, then executive editor of Wallpapermagazine in London, in 2002. “Starsky + Cox” first appeared in print as a byline in 1997 for horoscope columns and features for Cosmopolitan, YM, Elle. Starsky + Cox created the “his and her horoscope” for Teen People in 1998. The popularity of the column among adults led to a book deal that resulted in Sextrology (HarperCollins 2004) and Cosmic Coupling (Random House 2010).
To view the original Sabian Symbol themed 2015 Cosmic Blague corresponding to this day: Flashback! The degree point of the Sabian Symbol may at times be one degree higher than the one listed here. The Blague portrays the starting degree of for this day ( 0°, for instance), as I typically post in the morning, while the Sabian number corresponds to the end point (1°) of that same 0°-1° period.
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