By Jack Ryan
Monday = Moon's Day = Moon (Lunes (Luna) in Spanish))
Tuesday = Tyr's Day = Mars (Martes in Spanish)
Wednesday = Wotan's Day = Mercury (Miercoles in Spanish)
Thursday = Thor's Day = Jupiter (Jueves in Spanish)
Friday = Freya's Day = Venus (Viernes in Spanish)
Saturday = Saturn's Day = Saturn (Sabado in Spanish)
Sunday = Sun's Day = Sun (Domingo in Spanish)
The English names for the days of the week are obviously of pagan origin.
They were actually named after the 7 planets of the ancient solar system.
Even some of the months are named for Roman emperors.
By Guest Kurt
'Cats only get fed once a day,' says Pop. He is recalling the barn cats back when he was a boy. They got unlimited cow's milk, but solid food just once a day. Let them get off their rear ends and catch some mice if they are yet hungry.
This statement thoroughly alarmed the cat, which immediately tried to mitigate the damage. 'Objection, your Honor,' it said. 'I demand that remark be stricken from the record! It is irrelevant, biased, and prejudicial! Cat lives matter!'
But his Honor was just as fed up with his own cat, which harasses him 24/7 for more food from the moment he walks in the door. He takes off his robe, hollers 'Honey, I'm home!' takes a step forward and falls headlong over his cat, which has positioned itself to call attention to its own hungry plight.
'Objection overruled!' he said. 'Don't touch that transcript! In fact, underline those words!'