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His October 16th birthday means he was a Libra. From Yahoo Astrology:
"Libra represents the Air element. It is a sign that is more extroverted and active. For Venus-inspired Libra, beauty, balance and harmony are important. There is a great need to share, to be fair and impartial. Even with this need for calm, Libra remains a very active, outwardly radiating personality. Libra is the cheerleader we all need to work together and build a team! With all of these positives here, how can the sign of The Scales be unbalanced? Sometimes loving Libra can need others too much and fall into the trap of dependency. The need for partnership leads this sign to falsely believe that there is no personhood with a partner. The temptation is to give away too much to others and reserve too little for oneself. Then life reels out of control. Trying to be too fair undermines decision-making abilities. Libra may fear making the wrong choice or upsetting others. Inward-focused energy restores balance. Libras thrive when they give themselves permission to take care of themselves."
From The Secret Language of Birthdays by Gary Goldschneider and Joost Elffers:
"October Sixteenth: The Day of Essential Judgment. The theme of judgment is a central focus in the lives of October 16 people. They are often found pondering decisions, either professional or personal. Being able to size up a situation and grasp the essence of it seems to come naturally to them. They are not overly 'judgmental' people, in the sense of having preconceived ideas or prejudices, demanding adherence to their personal morality or being unaccepted or closed. On the contrary, those born on this day are generally quite liberal and available for all sorts of new ideas and discussion. Their judgment of things around them is more of an objective evaluation, i.e., being able to assess someone or something's worth or utility in real terms. . . . Strengths: Discriminating, Practical, Fair. Weaknesses: Prickly, Defensive, Difficult."
Do any of these assessments sound like Collins? Judge for yourself.