National Procrastination Week on March, 2020: Do you observe National Procrastination Week?
National Procrastination Week 2020. National Procrastination Week is a national holiday devoted to procrastination and putting-off important tasks.
National Procrastination Week is a national holiday devoted to procrastination and putting-off important tasks.
I don't know when it is, but it sounds pretty darn interesting. I'm guessing it's a week later than it's supposed to be. Lol.
Today begins National Procastination Week. Wht are you most likely do to avoid responsibility?
It's Procrastination week!?
I had no idea! Procrastination is my skill.
Like the time our teacher gave us 3 months to write an essay, and I did it all the night before (without plagiarising) and received an A. It was pretty awesome.
Those were good times.
how is the nrl (national rugby league) draw decided?
TV rights - Ch9 get first pick for Friday nights, usually Broncos vs somebody and Dragons/Tigers vs somebody.
Sponsorships/Initiatives - games can be shifted to Darwin to promote football out in the west. "Double Header" in brisbane to bring in more revenue.
Team managers - every team plays eachother once, however, the CEO will nominate 8 teams their team would like to play (rivalry, big crowd, extra money etc are te factors), and of those 8 teams, you are guarenteed 3 of them to be played twice in the regular season.
Home/away - each team has 12 home and 12 away games. Will never play same team twice at their home ground in the regular season.
Irregularities - introduction of anzac weekend devoted to just representative football extended competition length.
Grand final - usally played first week of october (correct me if I'm wrong)
Scheduling - a team will NEVER play Monday then Friday. Minimum 5 days inbetween (can play Sunday then Friday, or Monday then saturday, as close as backing up you will get)
Might have missed some things, but its 2am and I used this as procrastination from my homework