7/8/9. Just thought Id point that out. :cya:
Ba Dum Pish! (Comedy drum roll) EDIT: I just realised that this can happen again in the Day/Month/Year format. Oh gawd momma...
Hmmm. Are you sure the 9 is a 9, and not just a 6 doing a headstand? Can you really trust them to tell you the truth? As I recall, the concept of the Numeric Trickster (or the "Kokopelli Factor" as some of the more spiritually inclined mathematicians call it) was first addressed in 1967 by that preeminent astrometrician, Dr. James Marshall Hendrix, in a chapter titled "If 6 Was 9" of his seminal work Axis: Bold As Love. He had this to say about the stability and trustowrthiness of 6 vis a' vis 9 - [INDENT][INDENT] Now if 6 turned out to be 9, I don't mind, I don't mind, [/INDENT][/INDENT]So we see, at least as far as Dr. Hendrix was concerned, 6 and 9 swapped around so much it wasn't even a big deal. But he also went on to say - [INDENT][INDENT]If all the hippies cut off all their hair, I don't care, I don't care. [/INDENT][/INDENT]So maybe he was just having a bad day. But I'm not sure I'd just blithely say "7/8/9" if the possibility exists it's really "7/8/6" and we've somehow lost 3 years.
I'm just sayin'.
Oh JumJum, you cah-razy...:giggle:
Odd thing is we won't get our 7/8/9 till next month, you nutters put the day/month the wrong way round.
Meh. The total birth rate for 2006 was roughly 131,000,000 people per year. This works out to about 4 per second. So this is one of the babies. Where are the other 3? And this is just for one particular time zone. What about the other 30?