I've just noticed; the twelve months names start with letters in the range a to o. Nothing in the later 40% of the alphabet. That seems unfair to me; discrimination against the later letters. So I started thinking; maybe we could rename December to Xmasmonth, or something like that. But then I thought, no, there's a bigger problem. The months aren't in alphabetical order.
The month names are pretty weird. "July" is named after Julius Caesar, "September" is named as the seventh month. We could rationalise this.
The first month should start with an A, the second with a B, and so on. But then we get right back to the discrimination issue, so let's make that A, C and so on.
But there's 26 letters in the alphabet, and only 12 months. So let me close this with an interesting problem.
Should we have one more month, or two fewer letters?