quote:There is more, of course, but now that I've done the search, the copy, and the paste, wouldn't you agree that your "moon query" is a really odd question to ask in a product software user-to-user community ... there is no one here who has anything to do with the creation or maintenance of the board?
One modern blue moon definition is a result of a misinterpretation of the Maine Farmer's Almanac, where a second full moon occurs in a calendar month. The older definition of blue moon is for an extra full moon that occurs in a quarter of the year, which would normally have three full moons but sometimes has four. Oddly, it is the third full moon in a season that has four which is counted as the "extra" other full moon and named blue moon. According to certain folklore, it is said that when there is a blue moon, the moon has a face and talks to the items in its moonlight.