What is the Aries perfect zodiac match?

Question by Megan: What is the Aries perfect zodiac match?
I’ve been wondering about this for the longest time…

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Answer by Goomba Durr
Possibly another fire sign like Sagittarius

I heard Libra once (an Air sign)

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AUSTIN TEXAS, Charles Whitman: America’s First College Mass Murderer
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Scan from Life magazine
Just after 12:00 a.m. on 1 August 1966, Whitman killed his mother, most likely by strangling her from behind with a rubber hose. He later bashed in the back of her head and hit her left hand so hard that the diamond from her engagement ring popped out. He left a note on the body.

A few minutes before 3:00 a.m., Whitman killed his wife, Kathy, as she slept by stabbing her five times in the chest with a hunting knife.

After writing a few more notes, Whitman placed the following items in a green footlocker:

Channel Master 14 Transistor AM/FM Radio

Robinson Reminder Note Book (blank)

white 3 1/2 gallon water jug (full)

red 3 1/2 gallon plastic gas jug (full)

sales slip from Davis Hardware dated 1 August 1966

four "C" cell flashlight batteries

several lengths of cotton and nylon ropes

plastic Wonda-scope compass

papermate black ball-point pen

one Gun Tector, green rifle scabbard


Nesco machete with green scabbard

Hercules hammer

green ammunition box with gun cleaning equipment

Gene brand alarm clock

cigarette lighter

canteen with water


green Sears rifle scabbard

Camallus hunting knife with brown scabbard and whet stone

large Randall knife with bone handle with the name Charles J. Whitman on the blade with brown scabbard and whet stone

large pocket knife with lock blade

10-inch pipe wrench

eye glasses with brown case

box of kitchen matches

12 assorted cans of food and a jar of honey

two cans of Sego

can of charcoal starter

white and green 6-volt flashlight

set of ear plugs

two rolls of white adhesive tape

solid steel bar (1 ft. long)

Army green rubber duffel bag

green extension cord

lengths of clothes line wire and yellow electric wire

grey gloves

deer bag

bread, sweet rolls, Spam, Planters Peanuts, sandwiches, a box of raisins

plastic bottle of Mennen spray deodorant

toilet paper

[Note that there is a disturbing absence of Excedrin.]

In addition, Charlie packed/bought a .357 Magnum Smith & Wesson revolver, a Galesi-Brescia pistol, a .35 Remington, an sawed-off Sears 12-gauge shotgun, a 6mm Remington bolt-action rifle with a 4-power Leupold scope, and a .30 caliber M-1 Carbine. He also had over 700 rounds of ammunition.

On 1 August 1966, around 11:30 a.m., he entered the University of Texas Tower. Once in the elevator, he asked for help from an attendant, who informed him how to turn it on. "Thank you, ma’am," Whitman said. "You don’t know how happy that makes me."

Once on the 28th floor, he killed the receptionist by hitting her in the back of the head with the butt of his rifle. A couple coming down from the observation deck were mysteriously allowed to pass by Whitman unharmed.

Two other couples were shot at point blank range with the sawed-off shotgun as they climbed up the stairwell.

Whitman then went out onto the observation deck. The time was 11:48. It has often been pointed out that if he hadn’t been delayed by the receptionist, he would have started shooting during peak period of classes changing. The death toll would have been substantially higher. As it was, Whitman lasted for 96 minutes. He killed 16 people, wounded 30.

Houston McCoy, with the help of other officers, gained entrance to the observation deck and shot Whitman twice in the head with 12 gauge loaded with 00 buckshot. As Whitman’s body jerked in death spasms, Officer Ramiro Martinez took the shotgun and fired at Whitman’s upper arm, nearly blowing it off. The time was 1:24 p.m…

What few know is the officers up on the tower trying to take out Whitman were also ducking from bullets due to the fact a few citizens came down there with rifles to exercise their freedom to protect and serve. Remember friends "GUN CONTROL IS WHEN YOU USE BOTH HANDS"

Before Virginia Tech Monday, April 16, 2007 there was University of Texas Aug. 1, 1966

Other Links

crass.com/killer/whitman.html:Biographical information on Charles Whitman by the Serial Killer Index

www.ieway.com/~csukbr/juslib/whitman.html: Charles Whitman’s "suicide" note

www.io.com/~combs/htmls/charles.html: Charles Whitman’s Day

home4.swipnet.se/~w-42544/murder.htm: Mass Murderer Hit List

littlejason.com/chapin/songs/sniperstory.html: The Story of Sniper

www.cwrl.utexas.edu/msgspool/eberly/330e/842929592.html: Whitmanisms

members.xoom.com/towertragedy/: Nice Looking Site devoted to the "Tower Tragedy"


Directly Related Texts

The Die Song: A Journey into the Mind of a Mass Murderer by Donald T. Lunde and Jefferson Morgan. W. W. Norton & Co, 1980. Out of Print

Flash Point: The American Mass Murderer by Michael D. Kelleher. Praeger Publishing. 1997

A Sniper in the Tower: The Charles Whitman Murders by Gary M. Lavergne


Indirectly Related Texts
The World’s Sniping Rifles : With Sighting Systems and Ammunition (Greenhill Military Manuals) Ian V. Hogg

The Ultimate Sniper : An Advanced Training Manual for Military and Police Snipers Major John L. Plaster

U.S. Marine Corps Scout/Sniper Training Manual USMC Development Education Command Staff

A to Z Encyclopedia of Serial Killers by Harold Schechter and David Everitt, Pocket Books

Answer Me Vol 1-3 by Jim Goad, AK Press

Cold-Blooded: The Saga of Charles Schmid, The Notorious "Pied Piper of Tucson" by John Gilmore, Feral House

Confessions of Henry Lee Lucas: The True Story of America’s Most Notorious Serial Killer by Mike Cox, Pocket Books

Confessions of Son of Sam: David Berkowitz by David Abrahamsen, Columbia University Press

Death Scenes: A Homicide Detective’s Scrapbook edited by Sean Tejaratchi, Feral House

Deranged: Albert Fish by Harold Schechter, Pocket Books

Destined For Murder: Profiles of Six Serial Killers With Astrological Commentary by Sandra Harrison Young, Edna Rowland, Llewellyn Publications

Deviant: The Shocking True Story of the Original ‘Psycho’ Edward Gein by Harold Schechter, Pocket Books

Eccentric and Bizarre Behaviors by Louis R Franzini and John M Grossberg, John Wiley & Sons

Ed Gein: Psycho by Paul Anthony Woods, St Martin’s Press

Evidence by Luc Sante, Noonday

Family: The Manson Group and Its Aftermath (rev ed) by Ed Sanders, Nemesis

Halfway Heaven: Diary Of A Harvard Murder by Melanie Thernstrom, Doubleday

Killer Clown: The John Wayne Gacy Murders by Terry Sullivan, Pinnacle

Killer Fiction: Stories That Convicted the Ex-Cop of Murder by G J Schaefer, Sondra London (ed), Colin Wilson (intro), Feral House

Killers Among Us Book I: Motives Behind Their Madness by Colin Wilson and Damon Wilson, Warner Books

Lustmord: The Writings and Artifacts of Murderers by Brian King (ed), Bloat Books

Making of a Serial Killer: The Real Story of the Gainesville Murders In the Killer’s Own Words by Danny Rolling, Sondra London, Colin Wilson (intro), Feral House

Mammoth Book Of Killer Women by Richard Jones, Carroll & Graf

Monsters of Weimar: The Stories of Fritz Haarman & Peter Kurten by Theodor Lessing, Karl Berg, George Godwin, Nemesis

Police Pictures: The Photograph As Evidence by Sandra S Phillips, Chronicle Books

Prisoners by Arne Svenson, Blast Books

Sexual Homicide: Patterns and Motives by Robert K Ressler, Ann W Burgess, John E Douglas, Free Press

Stranger Beside Me: Ted Bundy the Shocking Story by Ann Rule, Signet

Texas Death Row by Ken Light, University Press of Mississippi

Whoever Fights Monsters: My Twenty Years Tracking Serial Killers For the FBI by Robert K Ressler , Tom Shachtman, St Martin’s Press

Written In Blood Book II: The Trial and The Hunt by Colin Wilson, Warner Books

Zodiac by Donald Graysmith, Berkeley

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