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We were at Daisy's Deli for breakfast this morning. Sitting at the counter were two elderly men and two elderly women. One of the women had The Bible in 366 Days for Women lying on the counter. This sparked an intense debate over how many days are in one year. The other woman insisted there are 365 days in a year but the men protested, debating amongst themselves whether it was 352 or 355 days.
At this point, John announced, "I feel like walking over and ending this all right now."
The men then proceeded to list out how many days are in each month. They added up all the days and came up with 366.

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