Pauza Magazine Winter & Spring 2006 | Page 2

Vol. 4 Issue 1 P E A C E Spring/Summer , 2006 C O R P S M A C E D O N I A 1 9 9 6 - 2 0 0 6 INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Horoscopes Aries – (March 21 – April 19): Your last words won’t be famous, but they will smell of zelka salata. Taurus – (April 20 – May 20): Due to poor financial planning, you’ll take to shoplifting, only to quit shortly after because of your disgust at the lack of selection. Gemini – (May 21 – June 21): Although you’ll be compared to a summer’s day, it’s a summer’s day on a crowded bus with a “mystery smoker”. Cancer – (June 22 – July 22): You’ll begin to think that you’ve never worked so hard in your life, or kidded yourself so thoroughly. Leo – (July 23 – Aug 22): This month you will hear the phrase “Macedonia is full of beautiful women and men” 782 times. Virgo – (August 23 – September 22): Your daily diary attracts the eye of Hollywood as they line up at your door, begging you to stop writing it. Libra – (September 23 – October 23): You’ll learn more about Tito than you have of all the U.S. presidents combined! Scorpio – (October 24 – November 21): After using the first Macedonian drive-thru, you are less than surprised to find a rusted, abandoned Zastava at the pick-up window. Sagittarius – (November 22 – December 21): People will begin to take notice of you; you’ll really stand out – thus becoming a household name, and the hot topic of conversation for the next two years! Capricorn – (December 22 – January 19): You will take in a lonesome scraggly creature that follows you home, gratefully accepting meager table scraps. Only upon bathing it do you recognize the fellow PCV. Aquarius – (January 20 – February 18): The Pink station will play a music video of you dancing at a Macedonian wedding, which will sadden you more than the fact that you’re watching the Pink station. Pisces – (February 19 – March 20): Though wearing your bicycle helmet at the time, you’ll still be kicked out of PC for riding through a crowded women’s locker room. These horoscopes were previously run in 2003. Credit goes to Matt Orefice, MAK 7. Pauza is Peace Corps Macedonia’s quarterly publication. Please send submissions to: [email protected] NEXT DEADLINE: JUNE 30 Editor/Design: Rachel Wilkinson, David Fox The Way we Was: A failing memory memoir 3 2006 Peace Corps Carnival, Strumica 7 45th Anniversary activities 8 Bulgaria’s 15th PC Anniversary 12 The Money Pit 15 Mystery Science Theater—The New and Improved Cast 17 My Entertainment Report 19 Travel Tips 20 A Short Guide to Recent Macedonian Rock 21 Some Herbal Teas Found in Macedonia 22 Seasonal Songs: Caroling before the Holidays 23 Recipes: Cooking with Diana 25 Nadica’s Recipes/Baba in the Village. 26 Reasons why the English Language is so Hard to Learn 27 UFOs 5 28 Create the Circle of Life on your Mobilen 29 Crossword 30 Word find How Well do you know MAK 10? 31 7H4 P4UZ4 Answer pages/randoms 32 34 38