Stop Blaming Your Farts on the Dog - Funny New Year's Resolutions - The Clopen Effect

Episode 94

Stop Blaming Your Farts on the Dog - Funny New Year's Resolutions

Cass found herself in a tough neighborhood this week, letting people go, it's never Bob, we will be super successful in 2 years, New Year's resolutions, examples of funny resolutions from, we share our New Year's resolutions (hint: we don't have them), we love pasta

Google tells us that: Though medieval Christians attempted to replace January 1 with more religiously significant dates, Pope Gregory XIII created a revised calendar that officially established January 1 as New Year's Day in 1582. Google tells us that New Years took effect on January 1, 45 BC, by edict. The calendar became the predominant calendar in the Roman Empire and subsequently, most of the Western world for more than 1,600 years. The Roman calendar began the year on 1 January, and this remained the start of the year after the Julian reform. Google tells us: Why 12 months instead of 13? Why are there 12 months in the year? Julius Caesar's astronomers explained the need for 12 months in a year and the addition of a leap year to synchronize with the seasons. At the time, there were only ten months in the calendar, while there are just over 12 lunar cycles in a year

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