It took me years to realize that ?Black Friday? is actually a good thing, as opposed to ?Black Monday,? which was not. Nor ?Black Tuesday? for that matter, which somehow preceded Black Monday. Those were the days when the markets crashed in 1987 and 1929 respectively.
Oddly, some Christians call the day Jesus was crucified ?Good Friday,? which is probably better than ?Bloody Friday,? which, predictably isn?t on any calendars though there are about a dozen ?Bloody Sundays,? generally signifying various massacres. Continue reading “Black Friday is Good, Black Monday is Bad”