I’m old enough to recall when the May 30 meant Memorial Day and Memorial Day meant May 30 or the 30th of May. I might not remember many things, but I do remember that.

The holiday could have been used on a TV quiz show as one of those questions they ask to give the losing contestant a bit of consolation cash, such as, “On what day do we celebrate the 30th of May?”

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