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    I'll go for the "what" option.

    If you'll believe this stuff, in a strictly rational sense, you should be able to believe anything.
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    What's the difference between believing in horoscopes and believing in God? As far as I'm aware, there's no proof for either. Most people who are determined to believe in them or deny them will twist whatever evidence there is to fit in with their views.
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    My horoscope is strikingly representative of who I am...

    I'd like to think that I'd feel like this whatever sign I had, but none of the other signs are me at all.

    *shrug* I don't believe in them, but it is kind of strange.
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    (Original post by innitman_uk)
    What's the difference between believing in horoscopes and believing in God? As far as I'm aware, there's no proof for either. Most people who are determined to believe in them or deny them will twist whatever evidence there is to fit in with their views.
    im on ur side by not beleiving horoscopes and not beleiving God they are somehow connected think about it
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    (Original post by SHANDY)
    what do u believe

    just wanted different views
    They're a big pile of poo.
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    Horoscopes are so vague. For example: 'someone with the letter a in their name will win the lottery this week'. Come on man, it could be anyone. People only start believing them when they feel good vibes and something good does happen to them, even if they aren't related to the horoscopes. People who read them (I admit that I do sometimes, maybe 3/4 times a year) are just looking for coincidences between what the horoscopes claim and what is happening in their lives.

    Also, horoscopes are all about the good stuff and never warn people much about the bad stuff, which is another drawback.
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    (Original post by innitman_uk)
    What's the difference between believing in horoscopes and believing in God? As far as I'm aware, there's no proof for either. Most people who are determined to believe in them or deny them will twist whatever evidence there is to fit in with their views.
    yeh but what about this i dont think there is difference between beleiving in God and horoscopes is there?
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    (Original post by SHANDY)
    what do u believe

    just wanted different views

    um its crap, i mean,, im supposed to have had all these good days where something good happens!!!!! nowt happened
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    (Original post by love_4_ducks)
    um its crap, i mean,, im supposed to have had all these good days where something good happens!!!!! nowt happened
    hmmmm some people thy work for some people they dont what about mystic meg that freaky lady can she really tell the future?
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    for every story u hear of an 'amazingly accurate prediction', there r probably about 5 ones that were absolute bull
 
 
 
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