Thursday, June 21, 2007


Well I don't want to be remiss about reminding you that today is the Summer Solstice. Actually it literally took place at exactly 18:06 UT (Universal Time) - what used to be called Greenwich Mean Time or GMT.

You might find it interesting to read the Relgious Tolerance article entitled "Summer solstice celebrations: ancient and modern".

Everyone, please do enjoy this, the longest day of the year!

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