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Should Jan Have 28 Days Instead Of 31?

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Talk once more of moving the clocks forward why don't we have 28 days in Jan and 31 in Feb? Most people I know always seem to end up struggling financially as they get paid before Christmas and then run out of money before the end of Jan. If Jan was shorter they'd get paid sooner.

So my idea is to swap the days in Jan/Feb so the economy recovers quicker.

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So my idea is to swap the days in Jan/Feb so the economy recovers quicker.

You are a genius.

The mother in laws birthday on January 30th, so we could save a packet. :lol:

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How about making all months 7 days long?

People would get paid roughly 4 times more often. This would improve affordability, and everyone would be paying ~4x more income tax, thus solving the budget deficit at the same time.

Years would be 84 days long, which means we would be travelling faster through time. We could easily get ahead in technology compared to other countries.

Not to mention all the benefits for the calendar-printing industry.

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You are a genius.

The mother in laws birthday on January 30th, so we could save a packet. :lol:

That could be a problem for the new databases, but not if we disposed of everyone born on the 29th through 31st. Think if all the empty housing!

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13 months of 28 days = 364 days

Then the last day of the year is a bonus day, and on leap years you get two.

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How about making all months 7 days long?

People would get paid roughly 4 times more often. This would improve affordability, and everyone would be paying ~4x more income tax, thus solving the budget deficit at the same time.

Years would be 84 days long, which means we would be travelling faster through time. We could easily get ahead in technology compared to other countries.

Not to mention all the benefits for the calendar-printing industry.

:lol:

Genius!

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How about people just spend their money more wisely?

I'm sure they do, at any rate the money that's left over after all the things you just have to buy.

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