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GeneralFunniest thing I have read in a while PinmemberRama Krishna Vavilala23-Jan-13 10:28 
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JokeI wrote it differently PinmemberRajesh R Subramanian23-Jan-13 21:32 
Following a heated and profane bout with the chairpersons of the University of Oxford, who publishes the Oxford English Dictionary, the general secretary of Congress, Mr. Ghulam Nabi Azad hollered that this country is no more under the British Raj, and that Englishmen cannot force the world into accepting the definitions of any words, including the words 'week', and 'month'. Speculation is that the Congress party will be the first to follow the new definitions given by Azad, and the people of the world shall do the same later.
Azad said that he's been trying to contact Julian Assange in order to provide Julian the details on how the British is commandeering the rest of the world into accepting "one week equals 7 days". But Azad also mentioned that Julian has been completely ignoring his letters, and neither has Julian responded to his 300+ missed calls in the past 2 days.
In a conference he arranged and invited the Wikimedia Foundation to (which nobody from the Wikimedia Foundation apparently attended), he stated that he needed to know how to change the text for a given topic in Wikipedia once-and-for-all. He did change the meaning of the term "week" to 'many days' after receiving assistance from his 6 year old grand daughter. However, this lead to the the "online mobocracy" to mark him as a troll and ban his Wiki user account permanently.
News link: "One week does not mean seven days. Sometime it can be two weeks. This is a very important issue which we have to solve. We have been trying hard to resolve it as early as possible[^]
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