The Kluznickian Calendar by Kluznick.
Seven proposed holidays are shown with blue background. All are either on Monday or on Friday to make long weekends.
|Dad – Fathers’ day||JC – Jesus Christ day ?||Pres – Presidents day|
|DST – Daylight savings time||Labr – Labor day||SS – Summer solstice|
|Eas – Easter||Mem – Memorial day||TGD – Thanksgiving day|
|FE – Fall equinox||SE – Spring equinox||Val – Valentine’s day|
|fm/nm – full/new moon, 2005||MLK – Martin Luther King day||Vets – Veterans day|
|GHD – Groundhog day||Mom – Mothers’ day||WS – Winter solstice|
|Hal – Halloween||NYE – New Year’s Eve||Yule – New Xmas ?|
|Inde – Independence day||Pat – Saint Patrick’s day||1492 – Columbus day|
Features[edit | edit source]
- Simplicity, order, and regularity.
- It is a geocentric civil calendar, not a religious or business calendar.
- (No one has the right to impose their religious beliefs, customs, or habits on anyone else. See p.s. #5.)
- Contains no business impositions. (See p.s. #1)
- Contains no other special interest group impositions.
- It is a perpetual calendar, identically the same every year except leap years.
- 13 months per year; 4 weeks per month; 7 days per week except the last week of December which normally has 8 days but will have 9 days on leap years.
- Monday is the first day of each week, month, and year.
- Leapday is the last day of the year which leaves the preceding 365 days unaffected
and invariant from year to year.
- Each date on the calendar will always reoccur on the same day of the week.
- Since Monday is the 1st day of the week, both weekend days will be at the end of the week, side by side, both on the same row, as shown in the following tabular calendar.
- Lastsday and Leapday are a part of an extended weekend and not a part of the work week.
- The Winter Solstice will always occur within +/- 1 day of 1 January. Leap days shall be added or omitted accordingly.
- An improved leap year rule, based on the mean solar year, is to be occasionally updated, when needed.
- The century number shall be contained within the year number, e.g. 2010 is a part of the 20th century, not the 21st. (See p.s. #4)
- The winter and summer solstice and the spring and fall equinox are proposed to be national holidays along with Presidents, Memorial, and Independence days, in the USA. (See p.s. #3)
Monthly Calendar[edit | edit source]
External Link[edit | edit source]
- Calendar homepage: The discussion, post scripts to the discussion (amendments), links, and downloads are found here
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