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Horizontal Asymptote (Defined as a Limit)

The following applet illustrates why graphs of certain functions have a HORIZONTAL ASYMPTOTE.
Question: This graph does not cross either of its horizontal asymptotes. Yet there are some functions that can (and do) cross its horizontal asymptote. Can you author a function whose graph has a horizontal asymptote that gets crossed by the graph of the function itself at a certain point?