How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Learn something new.

Look at a calendar for this year. Or last year. Or really any year except a leap year. Look at the month of February. Pick any random date in February, and note the day of the week it falls on. Flip to March and look at the same day in March- it's on the same day of the week. So this year, for example, 2/14 falls on a Wednesday. So does 3/14.

Why I've never noticed that before, I'll never know. It should work on any year that's not a leap year. Curious, no?

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