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  1. I doubt you’ll even see this because of how old this article is, but I just HAD to comment. I’ve been joking with a friend of mine about his wedding anniversary. We’ve got a side-job doing public address announcing at our local high school football games, and he might have to miss because it’s his 10th wedding anniversary. My “joke” was that I don’t recognize anniversaries, and I’m on the fence on birthdays, because there’s nothing significant about the number 365. (The Earth hasn’t returned to the same place because the solar system moves, the galaxy moves, etc.) So I googled “significance of anniversaries” and your article was the first that came up. Even though I was joking, I have always been a bit of a downer when it comes to anniversaries, never really seeing the big deal. I can honestly say that this article changed my stance! Very beautifully written, and a very compelling case! Thank you for having an impact on a life miles and miles from where you are, more than a year after writing what you wrote. I love the internet! :)

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