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A cowboy arrives in town on Sunday. He stays for 3 days and then leaves on Sunday. How is that possible?

A cowboy arrives in town on Sunday. 
 
He stays for 3 days and then leaves on Sunday.
 
How is that possible?

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His horse's bame is aunday and comes on sunday the horse on thrusday and then leaves on the say sunday with hia horse sunday 

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Arthur D. | Effective Mathematics TutorEffective Mathematics Tutor
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The cowboy's horse is named Sunday. By the way, the cowboy's brother's horse is named Saturday. The cowboy's brother arrived on Saturday on Saturday, stayed for 8 days, and left on Saturday on Sunday, or did he leave on Sunday on Saturday ? 
Suneil P. | Knowledgeable and Passionate University of Pennsylvania Math TutorKnowledgeable and Passionate University ...
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I think the mode of transportation takes precedence over temporal specification in the dictation of one's departure.  Therefore, to answer Arthur's point, I say the former of the two is correct wrt one species of conventional dictation.