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My Humana calender mentions that the FIRST Day of Winter starts December 22nd, 2012, what does yours?

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Ok

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From timeanddate.com:

December solstice 2012: 21 Dec 11:12 (UTC)

The December solstice is the official beginning of winter. You'll have to convert UTC to your local time zone.

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WHy does my calender say Saturday, as the official, it is a health practioner, health insurance calender?
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Last year (2011) it was on the 22nd. I'm guessing someone just assumed it was not a variable date and left it on the same date from last year, and nobody fact-checked it before it went to the printer. It is always between the 20th and the 23rd, and is only rarely on the 20th or the 23rd. Most often it is on the 21st or 22nd, so some people may not even realize that it changes depending on the position of the earth at that time.
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Great Answer, your very Smart
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Awww, thanks! :D
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HarryN

Mine says the 21st

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Lets hope it's not a nuclear winter...

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