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NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK

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SUNDAY

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" The Vikings [worshipped] the sun so much because of the cold climate, that they gave the sun its own day, and the first day of the week, Sunday... "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK

Skol!

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SATURDAY

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GET BEHIND THOSE EARS!

" ... The name means bathing day or literally translated pool day. The Viking was actually pretty clean and not just some dirty barbarians, they probably had better hygiene than other societies in that time period."

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK

Skol!

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FRIDAY

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" Friday is either named after Frigg or Freya, the reason why it is unclear is that of conflicting sources. This is probably because some areas worshipped Frigg more than Freya and vise versa. "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK

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WEDNESDAY

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" The modern word โ€œWednesdayโ€ is named after Odin and it comes from the Germanic word Wotan which means โ€œOdinโ€ so Wednesday is โ€œOdinโ€™s dayโ€. "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK

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TUESDAY

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" The God Tyr is associated with the day Tuesday and in the Scandinavian countries, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, this day is called Tirsdag, so Tuesday is Tyrโ€™s day. "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK

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MONDAY

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" The Moon also was important to the Vikings since it helped them keep track of time, it had its own day, Monday. Today in Denmark the day is called โ€Mandagโ€ and in our [neighbouring] country, Germany the day is called Montag which comes from the word mond. "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

Updated all household avatars in their respective places, I think.

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NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK

Skol!

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SUNDAY

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" The Vikings [worshipped] the sun so much because of the cold climate, that they gave the sun its own day, and the first day of the week, Sunday... "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK

Skol!

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SATURDAY

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GET BEHIND THOSE EARS!

" ... The name means bathing day or literally translated pool day. The Viking was actually pretty clean and not just some dirty barbarians, they probably had better hygiene than other societies in that time period."

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

As of yesterday, our names are aboard the New Horizons probe.๐Ÿ˜€

Updated the profile. Made a web page on WIX just for "verifying" we are a real household. It didnt immediately show the green around the link. Server prolly needs to run a daily midnight frakking cron job or some other moronic process.

For our family, friends and acquaintances, highlights were put up on our @NextCloudPi instance. Also for our family is a bunch of genealogy stuff. I am so glad to do it for my family and I can take my time. And because I own my data, I host it, myself!

THE VIKING LUNAR CALENDAR

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" The third winter month is associated with the word fat, probably animal fat. Some call it Bone Marrow Sucking month. This is the month winter solstice is held, and it mostly falls on December 21st ."

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

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In the miniseries, we learn that the starboard flight pod had already been through some decommissioning refurbs. Not on only was the entire length of the runway sealed off from space and refurbed to a museum and the "starboard launch" converted to a gift shop. But that "starboard launch" spans, nearly, the length of the pod. We see Camp Oil Slick, the bar and so-on throughout the course of the series. The launch bays are not quite that small, eh?

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