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David and Jennifer Rush beat the record for T-shirts put on in one minute by a team of two. Jennifer previously helped her husband achieve the fastest time to wrap a person in cling wrap. (click for more)

DEAR ABBY: My daughter unexpectedly died very recently. A "friend" called today asking how I was doing (quarantine, food, pet food, etc). Then she asked me the most unnerving question: "Do you have 'June' with you?" I was floored. So many thoughts came rushing at me at once. June was disabled since birth. She went to live in a group home nine years ago. The friend knew I brought her home for weekends. After I didn't speak for several minutes, she asked in an annoyed tone, "Well, did you go get her ashes or not?" (As if having her ashes with me was a comfort? It isn't!) Abby, I didn't know what to say. Her question slammed me against the wall. I mumbled a response, said I had to go and hung up. I'm trying to make myself believe she meant nothing but concern, but I can't seem to make myself believe that the words she used weren't purposely cruel. My warm feelings for her have changed to something ugly. I'm still gasping. Your thoughts? (click for more)

ARIES.  (March 19 - April 18):  Dot all i's and cross all t's before proceeding because willpower won't do it this time.  Do things by the book and you'll finish it. (click for more)

DEAR ABBY: My mother-in-law is the WORST! She has no respect for me. She has stolen, lied and gossiped about me numerous times. Each time, I chose to forgive and move on. Recently, my husband made clear that he wants to cut ties with his mother and siblings because they constantly belittle his success and ask to borrow money. My problem is, I can't agree to it. I despise his mother, but I was raised to believe families should never sever ties. I believe every family has its ups and downs. My husband and I constantly argue because I continue to communicate with his mother and extend invitations to her. Abby, I just want to do the right thing, but I can't seem to figure out what the right thing to do is. — S.O.S. in Guam (click for more)

ARIES.  (March 19 - April 18):  Touch base with a business partner or client.  There's been smoke coming out the ears lately and you don't want it to erupt in volcanic fury. (click for more)

ARIES.  (March 19 - April 18):  The Mars/Uranus sextile restores confidence. There's nothing like flying to the aid of a damsel (or dude) in distress to make you feel needed. (click for more)