Here at The Daily Planet we have to edit standing features days in advance. Today, we got a week's worth of horoscopes.
Any seer worth her salt ought to be able to send us horoscope columns two, three years in advance. Now, that'd be worth reading.
At a previous paper where I was wire editor/page designer/headline writer/page proofer all the horoscopes began "Born today, ..." then said something about the person born on that day. We wrote a headline, "Born today, you are bright and industrious" or whatever.
I always hoped for the day the copy read: "Born today, you aren't gullible, or easily taken in by charlatans." My headline would have been: "Born today, you weren't born yesterday."
Alas, it never happened. I guess that's because those people are reading their horoscopes.