Without doing a lot of math (which I'm sure is available elsewhere on the interweb,) we can safely say that any time the 1st of July is on a Friday, you'll have this occurrence. Since there are seven days in a week, you can assume it will happen every seven years. Leap years will throw this off some, so maybe, what, once every 11-12 years? But not once every eight centuries.
It is absolutely not true. On average, every seventh year July will have five Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
Does anyone use Snopes anymore?
No. It's true. This came out in the news 6 months ago.
It occurred in 2005 and will happen again in 2016.
OMG. And did you know that January had 5 Saturdays, 5 Sundays, and 5 Mondays? And March had 5 Tuesdays, 5 Wednesdays, and 5 Thursdays? Yeah, no kidding. Totally blew my mind, too!
It happens every approximately every 7.15 years. That's close to 823 I guess.
Nope, not true:http://www.snopes.com/inboxer/trivia/fivedays.asp
I am so glad I didn't comment on this.
wise co. should sell those sand trucks. we will never see I e and snow again.
On December 21 2012 it won't happen again.
Not true. But this is true: grasshoppers will start opening restaurants along highway 287 in 345 years...serving items that will appeal to the grasshopper/human mutants that will exist at that time. Seems ridiculous, right? But no more ridiculous than some idiot who posts that this July's calendar won't repeat for 823 years.
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