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  •  Isn't it convenient that all major holy days (7+ / 0-)

    of the week are scheduled next to or on the weekend? It's like, "Hell, I wasn't doing anything anyway."
    Back when I was working for a living, I could have really used a Wednesday afternoon off.
    So, if anybody feels inspired...please.

    Reincarnationists always think ahead.

    Fuck Big Brother...from now on, WE'RE watching.

    by franklyn on Mon Nov 26, 2012 at 08:32:49 PM PST

    •  I rather (1+ / 0-)
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      have a bunch in a row than two off, one back, then two off again.

      Breaks the flow, ya know what I'm sayin'?

      Wednesdays, being the middle of the week, always suck.

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      Somebody has to do something, and it's just incredibly pathetic that it has to be us.
      ~ Jerry Garcia

      by DeadHead on Mon Nov 26, 2012 at 08:46:52 PM PST

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    •  It used to be that way (2+ / 0-)
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      but they changed it so people could have 3-day weekends, instead of breaking up the week. There used to be separate Washington's (22nd) and Lincoln's birthday (12th) holidays that got squished into President's Day. Memorial Day was May 31 and Labor Day was August 31, after which school started.

      I don't remember when they changed it. Back in the days when you couldn't advertise prescriptions or lawyers on teevee, you called back if no one was home, and I didn't tell people to GET OFF MY LAWN!!!1!

      It's not just a zip code, it's an attitude.

      by sboucher on Mon Nov 26, 2012 at 09:35:38 PM PST

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    •  don't recreationists always think behind? (1+ / 0-)
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      JeffW

      Like conservatives mistake a rear view mirror for a windshield?

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