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Also about friday, sunday, and saturday+142June is like the friday of the year, there's a lot of anticipation for what's to come but you have to finish school first. Then July is like Saturday where everyone goes crazy and forgets all about school. Then August is like the Sunday of Summer where it's still fun but there's always a looming feeling of September (monday) being just around the corner. amirite?
Also by England51stState+80Since in the U.S. Constitution, juvenile violent offenders, such as age 10, can't legally be convicted as adults, all States (including Pennsylvania who sought to convict then-11-year-old J. Brown as an adult) need to make that law so that juvenile violent offenders or their lawyer do not have to point that out or face the possibility of the juvenile being convicted as an adult, amirite?
Also about friday and weekend+290Teachers give students a lot more excuses than we think they do. Monday: "Look class, I know it's Monday and we just got back from a long weekend." Tuesday: "I know it's only the second day of the school week..." Wednesday: "I know it's the middle of a long week..." Thursday: "I understand that it's almost Friday." Friday: "I get that it's almost the weekend and all...", amirite?
Also by England51stState+67The year should consist of seven 30-day months and five 31-day months. And in every leapyear, there should just be six 30-day months and six 31-day months. Instead of having 28 days in February and a greater number of 31-day months. And instead of the 30-day months and 31-day months being scattered throughout the year, the year should consist of seven 30-day months in a row, followed by five 31-days in a row, amirite?
Also about Religion+71if there's a heaven and hell afterlife, at least no matter where you go there's no taxes, amirite?
Also about friday and sunday+77It's interesting how the same amount of time can seem very short or very long depending on what happens in it. For example, if you're going on vacation Monday-Friday, you wouldn't say on Sunday night, 'It's only five days until I get back!' But if you live away from your parents, haven't seen them for months and are going to visit on Friday, you would say on Sunday night, 'It's only five days until I see them!' amirite?