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LIP GLOSS
0 From Page 1A
Nimeh also said the kit is not
as convenient as it appears and
that many people who would buy
the kit would also be taking more
protective measures at a party.
"Because it's not the lip gloss
that actually changes colors, but a
strip that changes colors it looks
more like a marketing technique
or not all that convenient," she
said. "If you were going to be that
vigilant, there are probably other
risk-reduction techniques that
you could use."
LSA junior Elana Mendelowitz
said she would consider using the
product.
"I haven't heard of definite
cases on this campus but it's defi-
nitely an issue on college campus-
es. It can't be denied that it's an
issue and I think people should
he wary of it," she said. "Girls
carry around lip gloss all the time
so why not just get this lip gloss
and they can help themselves and
each other."
LSA freshman Sarah Loeb also
said she would try out the prod-
uct.
"I don't wear lip gloss that
much, but I think I would wear
this one if I had the option," she
said. "That way I would be able
to test my drink just in case I was
concerned."
Whittaker said she first got the
idea to create a compact date rape
testing kit 18 months ago when
she was in a bar in Belfast, Eng-
land and was advised by the bar-
tender to be wary of spiking after
heing given a drink hy a man she
didn't know.
When she arrived home, she
looked up ways to test if a drink
had been spiked and found that
the smallest kit on the market
was the size of a credit card, and
she believed no ordinary woman
would want to go out with it in
tow.
"It's one of those things girls
don't go out without (lip gloss),"
Whittaker said. "The whole con-
cept is look gorgeous but stay in
control."
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For Friday, Nov. 6, 2009
ARIES
(March 21 to April 19)
For many, especially early Aries, this
is an eventful time with partnerships and
close friendships. You're moving into a
new era.
TAURUS
(April 20to May 20)
You continue to search for ways to
best express yourself through your work.
Many of you have increased responsibil-
ities with children now as well.
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
You feel more confident about where
you live. For the past several years, you
tried to establish a secure home for your-
self. (And you're succeeding!)
CANCER
(June 21 toJuly 22)
The challenges ofjob changes and res-
idential moves in the past few years are
beginning to diminish. Nevertheless, the
dust has not completely settled.
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
Continue to strive to get out of debt. In
the next year, your financial scene will
improve. However, that time has not yet
arrived.
VIRGO
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)
It's been such a struggle dsring the
past two to three years. You'll be happy
to know that the struggle is almost com-
ing toan end, but not quite yet. Courage!
LIBRA
(Sept. 23to Oct. 22)
You have a hint this year, and most
definitely after June of next year, of a
new cycle that you're entering. You're
getting ready to completely reinvent
yourself.
SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
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get rid of whatever is no longer relevant
in your life in terms of people, places
and possessions.
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22to Dec. 21)
You soon will have the challenge of
learning how to work with groups and, at
the same time, maintain your own
integrity and independence. Not an easy
juggling act!
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
Since 1996, and then again in 2003,
you made an effort to go in a specific
direction. By next year, you will achieve
that time of harvest for which you have
been steadily working. Finally!
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20to Feb. 18)
In the past few years, the support from
others has diminished or disappeared.
Finally, you can see a light at the end of
the tunnel. And it's not a train!
PISCES
(Feb. 19to March 20)
Although the resources of others are
diminishing, in turn, your own good for-
tune is going to grow in 2010. You win
some; you lose some.
YOU BORN TODAY Even if you are
soft-spoken, you have a rousing energy
about you. People respond to you
because you have an innate ability to
stimulate them. (In part, this is due to
your strong enthusiasm for life.) You
have a playful side, full of humor and
pranks. You're very physical in your
approach to life. Your year ahead will
focus on partnerships and close friend-
ships.
Birthdate of: Ethan Hawke, actor;
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