Re: CHAT: Hello
|From:||Irina Rempt <ira@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, May 2, 2001, 6:56|
On Wed, 2 May 2001, Nik Taylor wrote:
> Speaking of the week, there's no "first day of the week". Which day is
> considered the first of the week is specific to the month, and is the
> day that the first of the month begins, thus, if the first day of the
> month is Fire, then Fire is the first day of the week for that month.
> If it's a Water month, then Water is the first day of the week.
I like that! (a cat just stepped on my mouse and inserted something
very inappropriate here with gpm) Does that mean that the last week
of the month usually has less than the normal number of days?
> > If I cook something, it's all up to me
> > what I put in it, but if I put things in that don't go together it
> > won't taste right.
> I like this metaphor.
Another cook, are you? :-)
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