Today is October 10th, 2010.
Whether you are in Europe and say 10 October or in America and say October 10, this calendar oddity is occurring today
It happens on other dates, of course, (other odd dates), but today is unique.
Happy October 10th, everybody
I remember 6-6-6. And 7-7-7.
Now that I think of it, we only have two more years of those cool dates, don't we? Like, 11-11-11 and 12-12-12. 'Cause after 2012 there won't be any more for a long time. Other than numbers like 11-12-13 (11th of December, 2013), but that's not that cool of a thing...
Dean Winchester: Cherub?
Castiel: Yeah, they're all over the world. There are dozens of them.
Dean Winchester: You mean the little, flying, fat kids in diapers?
Castiel: They're not incontinent.
The last time 10-10-10 occurred on a Sunday was in the year 1610.
The next time 10-10-10 will occur on a Sunday will be in the year 2410.
Something to think about . . . . . . .
On a somewhat related note, I bet a lot of people didn't know this:
The longest year in history is 1972. In addition to being a leap year, two additional seconds were added (one to June 30, the other to December 31) to account for Earth's variable rotation. Leap seconds have been added to some years ever since, one at a time, but after 1972, no year has earned an additional two seconds, let alone a leap year.
woopie its a number
This is how I have to think. Especially since I spent years being afraid of numbers, 10 being one of them.
10 10 10 10 10 10 10.
Channel 10, WMVS Milwaukee
ok I'm done now. Good night.
BRMBug wrote:I was going to post a "Happy 10-10-10" post at 10:10am for every U.S. time zone, but I missed Eastern. I'll just post for Central, and have done with it. :/
You can still get 10 pm.
Hooray for base-10 measurements!
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Sharon: What is it honey? (gasp!) My baby's killed again!
Haa, I love that line.
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