Just a modest proposal for tweaking the names of the last four months of the year: It's rather ludicrous that September, October, November, and December are still named for their original positions as the seventh, eighth, ninth, and tenth months, respectively, of the Roman calendar. But for centuries now they've occupied the ninth, tenth, eleventh and twelfth slots of the modern calendar, without ever being renamed accordingly. I propose we fix that, and at the same time give it a dozenal twist:
I remember Zenarchist suggested something similar a while back: ah, here it is.
As one of those people who keeps unconsciously writing "8" or "VIII" for October before correcting it to "10" or "X" respectively, I wholeheartedly support this proposal!