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originally posted by: Gideon70
Im 50 years old . When I was younger it was always Hayley's comet.
Then somewhere along the line and all of a sudden it seems everybody was referring to it as Halley's comet.
I always thought that the politically correct brigade had done their usual thing and so it wasn't such a big deal to me
originally posted by: solargeddon
Just wondering could this be a geographical thing?
I'm in England and I thought it was Haley's comet, the OP is from Canada ( Canada had links to Britain), could it be an English rather than an American english spelling?
Please don't flame me, not trying to say anything other than tomayto/tomato!