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I have wondered about an eight day added to the week for a long time. My thought was to add a Newday named as is after Sunday; being it is a new day. For me by representing nothing it is seemingly the the most important thing in the world. So by creating a new day after Sunday which Sunday being the last day of the week we have an end yet to start again. Thank You have a great day. https://www.facebook.com/david.g.delancey 1:19 P.M. E.S.T. 5/22/2015 My concept of a Newday added to the week and calendar started around 1987<mainpage-leftcolumn-start />
 
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I have wondered about an eight day added to the week for a long time. My thought was to add a Newday named as is after Sunday; being it is a new day. For me by representing nothing it is seemingly the the most important thing in the world. So by creating a new day after Sunday which Sunday being the last day of the week we have an end yet to start again. Thank You have a great day. https://www.facebook.com/david.g.delancey 1:19 P.M. E.S.T. 5/22/2015 My concept of a Newday added to the week and calendar started around 1987
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