Labor Day

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In the United States, Labor Day is celebrated on the first Monday in September.

Originally created to honor working men and women and the labor unions that once improved their lives, it still has that meaning, but it is also a symbolic ending of the summer season, the last long weekend. In many places, the public school year begins on the day after Labor Day.

PG is feeling a bit worn out from his recent labors, so, as a man who works with his mind and his keyboard, he is going to take a bit of time off.

He will, however, schedule a series of quotes about working to appear throughout the weekend and will check in on the happenings at TPV from time to time.

Expect him back next Tuesday, refreshed, revived and ready for action (depending, of course, on your definition of action).