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when you were raising your right hand whatever defenses you had planned

[14:46] matociquala: we forgive the Christians many trespasses for the annual influx of jelly beans
[14:46] matociquala: especially the licorice ones
[14:47] leahbobet: We forgive them for the paid day off right in the heart of essay-deadline season.  *g*
[14:47] matociquala: Hee
[14:48] matociquala: Good Friday isn't a formal holiday in the US
[14:48] leahbobet: It's a stat here.  Everything closes.
[14:48] matociquala: *nod*
[14:48] leahbobet: Alas, the Monday is optional and they're making me go to school.
[14:48] matociquala: Alas.
[14:48] matociquala: other people's holidays are nice
[14:49] matociquala: You get a day off without obligations
[14:51] leahbobet: Yes.
[14:51] leahbobet: Although the closing the grocery stores is less fun.
[14:51] matociquala: yes
[14:52] matociquala: mostly grocery stores do not close here
[14:52] matociquala: Or just in the afternoons on major holidays
[14:52] matociquala: because we are a soulless capitalist society that worships only convenience and the greenback dollar.
[14:52] matociquala: But we do get mail on Saturdays.

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Mmmmm. You reminded me I need to take my annual trip to pick up the sour raspberry jelly beans and the malted milk ball Easter eggs.
And don’t forget the amusement value of composing dioramas with Peeps and putting them in the microwave.
I was amazed my bank was open today, given that I live in the most Catholic city in America.

How strange

This post should have earwormed me with "Greenback Dollar" by the Kingston Trio, but instead it gave me "Green Green" by the New Christy Minstrels. I wonder if my earworm had trouble getting the rights to "Greenback" or something.

Re: How strange

I love the idea of licensing for earworms.

Re: How strange

It sounds like the premise for a crossover sf/f story.