found you through "Thoughts, writing, coffee..." i love your blog! what a great idea. glad someone else kinds this as ammusing as i do, i'm cracking up over here haha.xx-jesshttp://mymomentsmuse.blogspot.com/
The sign's owner considers each day to end at sunset, but is willing to operate based on the modern convention of having days end at midnight.
Well, I have to admit, I always wondered why it was called "Good" Friday, anyway. It's about a guy who was sentences to death for apparently no crime, had the living crap beaten out of him, was forced to carry his execution instrument, and then was nailed to a cross and left on a tree. That doesn't sound like a Good Friday at all. That was probably the Crappiest Friday Ever. I think the quotation marks are apt in this case.
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