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Rogin the Armchair fan
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Apparently Easter, as early as it is, could possibly have a day earlier still , had the moon just got off its arse and turned a little bit more before midnight on Saturday.

In 2209 (I think), Easter Sunday will be on the earliest day possible, ie March 22nd (the first Sunday after the first full moon following March 21st (the spring equinox). We, however, have to put up with a pathetic March 23rd, meaning that we miss out on a once-in-5 millenia event by one day.

Arse.

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gerontophile
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2009?
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Matej
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I'm very confused by your blaming of the moon.

Mr. Calendar is to blame, no?

Stupid Sunday, always waiting for the previous week to finish. Lazy ass.

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rick derris
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no, it is the full moon. something to do with judasim as well

i wasnt really paying attention in school assembley this week

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Matej
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That's it, all you moon detractors need to step off.

The Moon is the MAN, man.

Look Spring came, it was all groovy, and the moon went all full. You can't ask more than that.

He wanted to have his Easter party on Saturday, because everybody knows Saturday's alright, Saturday night gives you fever, Saturday's spent in the park, but noooooo... have to go and move the party to Sunday. Lame-o boring-ass Sunday.

So, step off man. I got the moon's back.

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No, you're right, the moon rules. So if we expect The Moon to suit our silly needs to break Easter records, The Moon is teaching us a lesson. By 2209 our ozone zapping behaviour will have reached the moon; it will explode and have the last laugh as the tides won't know what the fuck to do.

I dig The Moon, man.

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Bored Of The Dance
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Also the moon does affect people's moods, I don't care what you science-talking guys say. I asked a pub landlord and he says people go mental in the full moon and he should know
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Janik
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The science talking guys would agree with you, though. So no need to worry.
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There's a moon in the sky. It's called the moon.
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TV's 'Mr P'
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Personally, I prefer the merest sickle or crescent moon to the full-blown coin. Looks like a beautiful woman's nail-clipping up there.
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Femme Folle
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Does the moon have a name? I mean, like, how would people on other planets refer to it? They probably have their own moon(s).
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'Keith'?
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Rogin the Armchair fan
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The Ancient Greeks called the moon Selene, and the Aztecs, the Chinese and the Japanese all had a tradition that a rabbit lives on the moon - presumably something in the pattern on it that resembles a bunny, whereas we have our "man in the moon".
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Femme Folle
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Speaking of CÚline, is it just me or does Monica Seles look like a younger version of her?
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ale
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if its accepted there was a son of God who was born on 25 December and his birth is celebrated as such...why is the date of his death buggered about so much ?...
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