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What were they thinking: Triskaidekaphobians prepare

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BrianBailey
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BrianBailey   12/23/2012 2:29:36 AM
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I am with you. I have had many good things happen to me on the 13th. Mass hysteria has a lot to answer for and yes, we are in general a culture of mass hysteria.

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EREBUS0   12/22/2012 8:56:53 PM
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The thirteenth is actually a lucky number. It represents the number of times the moon cycles through the sky. Just think how much easier it would be to have a calendar of thirteen 28 day months instead of trying to remember which months have thirty-one, thirty, twenty-eight or twenty-nine days. The fear of 13 is irrational and unsubstantiated. Just my opinion,

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