10,000 year calander

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  1. Salty

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    What day of the week did Columbus discover Americia? What day of the week was the White House burned in the War of 1812?, What day of the week will it be on your 100th birthday?

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    I just know that you need this info
     
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    Thanks -- I did actually. I needed to know what day (not date) my son was born.
     
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    Well, what was it?

    I was born on a Sunday, Mrs Salty was born on a Sat

    If Christ had been born on 25 Dec 0001, it would have been a Sunday
     
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    Was Christ born in 0000 or 0001?
     
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    And what calendar are we discussing. There are a number of them:

    * 360-day calendar
    * Akan calendar
    * Armenian calendar
    * Assyrian calendar
    * Astronomical year numbering
    * Bahá'í calendar
    * Bengali calendar
    * Berber calendar
    * Buddhist calendar
    * Chinese calendar
    * Coptic calendar
    * Discordian calendar
    * Ethiopian calendar
    * Fiscal year varies with different countries. Used in accounting only.
    * Germanic calendar (still in use by Ásatrúar)
    * Gregorian calendar used by most countries in the world today.
    * Hebrew calendar
    * Hindu calendars
    * Igbo calendar used by the Igbo people.
    * Indian national calendar
    * ISO week date
    * Iranian calendars
    * Irish calendar
    * Islamic calendar
    * Japanese calendar (Gregorian months)
    * Javanese calendar
    * Juche era calendar used by North Korea
    * Julian calendar
    * Kurdish calendar
    * Lithuanian calendar
    * Malayalam calendar
    * Maya calendar (parts still used by Maya Indians)
    * Nanakshahi calendar
    * Nepali calendar
    * Nepal Sambat
    * Minguo calendar used by Republic of China/Taiwan.
    * Revised Julian calendar
    * Romanian calendar
    * Runic calendar (still in use by Ásatrúar)
    * Tamil calendar
    * Thai lunar calendar
    * Thai solar calendar
    * Tibetan calendar
    * Zoroastrian calendar (including Parsi)
     
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    The calender only goes back to 0001

    I would have checked 3 & 4 BC if I could have.

    Which calender? The Gregorian calendar ?

    Even in a non-controversial subject, Crabby can find something to argue about :eek: :laugh: :smilewinkgrin:
     
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    I will never forget those days. :)
     
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    Well, I didn't forget the day so to speak, but I really didn't remember which day of the week it was -- Monday, by the way is the correct answer.
     
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    I remember the days well. My first was born on a Saturday after two full weeks of the doctors saying "You won't make it past this weekend" LOL

    #2 was a Wednesday - a scheduled C-section.

    #3 and #4 were Tuesdays.
     
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    Wow - impressive. To me, those days are a blur, though I'm sure my wife has a better memory.
     
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    I remember mine too! (daughter Fri, son Thurs.) And my chidren's birthdays fall on the same day of the week every single year!! This year they both fall on a Monday.
     
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    Not arguing, just curious. What do 7th Day Adventists do about Saturday changing when 13 days had to be dropped from the calendar? I have often wondered about that, but have not received any good answers.
     
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    C - we are still budies are we? :1_grouphug: :smilewinkgrin:


    Excellent question - I have never thought about it - have you ever asked a 7DA or 7 Day Baptist?
     
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    No ... I didn't want to get beat up. :laugh: If you get an answer from one, let me know. Now you begin to see why I get in trouble with some people with my questions. I was always being told when I was a kid, "You ask too many questions."

     
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    I did too - maybe we are long lost brothers....:eek: :rolleyes: :cool:
     
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    Must have been Windsday, as he was in a sailing ship.

    Must have been Sunday, as the pale White House didn't use its sunblock.

    If I make it that far, it will be a day of the strong instead.
     

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