S1 E126 — Who Wouldn’t Want to Choose Steve, Stephen or Stevie for Your Newborn Infant?

The Tau of Steves: What You Don’t Know Could Fill a Book

I woke up at 6 am with ideas pop corning in my head. Too much food and drink, too much football took its toll on me yesterday afternoon and into the night.  But, this morning refreshed after a wonderful Thanksgiving thanks to Emma the Baroness.  

“5”  Steve Carell, 57; Steve Martin, 74; Steve Wozniak, 69: “While you shouldn’t lose sight of your own ideas, neither should you try to force them on anyone.  Share in the commonly accepted version of reality.” Leo

Hi and welcome to Friday’s Episode 126 in the first season of “My 1-Year Natural Experiment” on this 29th day of November in the fall of 2019


Yesterday I missed my opportunity to advocate Steve or Stephen as the best name in the world for a newborn — of course with these parents the name would have to be changed to Stevie. 

Here’s why. From my quick and dirty search on the Internet:

You are spiritually intense and can sting or charm. Your name brings love and new starts into life and attracts money. In business, you are the creator and promoter of original ideas and usually enjoy considerable financial success.

You have an eventful, exciting life. You are versatile and have the ability to learn easily. Position and social status is very important for you and you are always looking for way to improve your position in society. 

You have power and ability to chose your own destiny and achieve anything you want in life. You can expand in any direction according to your will and the set of values. 

You have passion for justice and belong to the position of authority. You have an inherent courage and endurance to accomplish “The Impossible Dream”. 

With the power comes responsibility. You hold keys to the material world, but with this gift comes high spiritual responsibility to be fair and true to others. 

You are philosophical and mature, determined and intense with a desire to endure, often religious.

So, c’mon who wouldn’t want to choose Steve, Stephen or Stevie for your newborn infant?

But, the Holiday Tau must be against us today.

Random ones that make me want change my sign.

Researcher’s Note:  This is not meant for Zahn, Winkler, Emma the Baroness or me.

Today’s Holiday Birthday: 

A high level of savoir-faire requires great cleverness, which is easy for you, as there’s a universal genius at your disposal this solar year.  Notable moments center around unconscious desires becoming conscious ideas becoming reality and your legacy being built with the help of a group of like talents.

I mean I think I do, but now I’m not so sure.

“2”  Steve McQueen (1930 – 1980): Do you know the unspoken rules? It will not be a good idea to accept what’s being offered.”   Aries

If that includes more football games and turkey sandwiches I’m right there with you.

“3”  Steve Winwood, 71; Stevie Wonder, 69: Desire and good judgment will pull in opposite directions.  Instead of sticking around for the tug of war, go where it will be easy to do the right thing.” Taurus

Thanks, Emma the Baroness, I appreciate your thank you for helping you host the best ever Thanksgiving.  And thank you for pulling off such a stylish, warm and loving time.

“4”  Steve Smith, 30: The people in your life appreciate you but don’t always tell you the way you need to hear it, which today will be verbally.” Gemini

Okay, Steve.  Your Holiday Tau will have the highest impact on how successful I will be.

“5”  Steve Howey, 42:Be direct wherever you can.  Leave no room for ambiguity, as it will waste time and energy.” Cancer

Wait, you guys.  Isn’t the direct opposite of what Howey just offered?  Was this all about the political arguments yesterday at the backyard bar about Trump?  Just kidding. Was it, though?

“5”  Steve Carell, 57; Steve Martin, 74; Steve Wozniak, 69: “While you shouldn’t lose sight of your own ideas, neither should you try to force them on anyone.  Share in the commonly accepted version of reality.” Leo

So you’re saying there’s a good time to allow my mind to wander when someone else is talking?  I’m listening … tell me more.

“4”  Steve Aoki, 41: Paying close attention sometimes means making sure your mind doesn’t wander, and sometimes it means making sure it does.” Sagittarius

Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons

Inspired by: Holiday Mathis – Creators Syndicate


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