SIX BILLION TEENAGERS FLEXING THEIR OPPOSABLE THUMBS: The early teens tend to be more difficult than the late teens; the twenties should be a bit easier, we say, we hear; the thirties easier still. In our forties or fifties we’ll be comfortable with our curriculum; when asked, we won’t remember why speed and poison were so fun in our teens or what made us think we were even close to adulthood in our twenties. Probably. Or if not, we can always select a new messiah and start over at zero. That's what makes calendars so fun.
Iconoclast stuck in a mainstream calendar? Go to Calendar Conversions (https://genealogy.org/~scottlee/calconvert.cgi) to find out what all the hoopla's about. (Hoopla, mind you.)
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