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12:50pm Fri 1 Aug 14

fishsta says...

Erm... Who told you this? Did you bother to check if any part of this is true?

The next August with 5 Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays will be in 2025. That's only 11 years off. Then there's only 6 years to the next one.

Also, how unusual will May next year be when that has 5 of those days as well? Or January in 2016?

I think I made my point.
Erm... Who told you this? Did you bother to check if any part of this is true? The next August with 5 Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays will be in 2025. That's only 11 years off. Then there's only 6 years to the next one. Also, how unusual will May next year be when that has 5 of those days as well? Or January in 2016? I think I made my point. fishsta
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12:34pm Wed 6 Aug 14

MrT1976 says...

fishsta wrote:
Erm... Who told you this? Did you bother to check if any part of this is true?

The next August with 5 Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays will be in 2025. That's only 11 years off. Then there's only 6 years to the next one.

Also, how unusual will May next year be when that has 5 of those days as well? Or January in 2016?

I think I made my point.
I concur
[quote][p][bold]fishsta[/bold] wrote: Erm... Who told you this? Did you bother to check if any part of this is true? The next August with 5 Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays will be in 2025. That's only 11 years off. Then there's only 6 years to the next one. Also, how unusual will May next year be when that has 5 of those days as well? Or January in 2016? I think I made my point.[/p][/quote]I concur MrT1976
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