[lug] Remember Y2K?

Chip Atkinson chip at pupman.com
Tue Feb 25 08:00:24 MST 2014

It's the ends of the week.  Think of the week as a bar:

    S  M  T  W  Th  F  S

There's the "left end" and the "right end" of the week.  Maybe it would be 
better if people said "Have some nice weekends" (plural). :-)


On Tue, 25 Feb 
2014, Davide Del Vento wrote:

> On Mon, Feb 24, 2014 at 4:25 PM, Jed S. Baer <blug at jbaer.cotse.net> wrote:
>       So besides being an abomination, %W I think violates the rule of least
>       surprise.
> Besides what others have said about ISO and private businesses rules for when a week starts...
> What least surprise? That you could start weeks on Mondays? In Italy that was the norm.
> By the way, if weeks start on Sunday, what does "have a nice weekend" mean? For years I thought
> it meant "have a nice Saturday and Sunday", but now I'm confused...

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