All your days are belong to us!

I Own

The number of days in one 400-year cycle of the Gregorian calendar. Fittingy, since my family name Grögel apparently comes from these pope names (though probably not specifically from this Gregory).

Since the number belongs to me now, I’ll ask demand license payments from everyone who manufactures or uses calendars! In the next days, I’ll work out exact price lists, set up ways of payment, and – expecting many to refuse payment – hire multitudes of lawyers to write expensive warning letters, especially those who have gathered experience in the field of various mass warning letters. *

(via Prinzzess’ quick number)

* Which would have the pleasant side effect to keep them busy with something more sensible. :bigsmile:

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