It’s 12:12 12/12/12
We Baby Boomers will never have another month/day/year same number sequence again. Enjoy the moment.
Dude – where are you – it’s not even noon yet on the left coast.
It’s not where I am. It’s where the Patheos server is.
We just had a party! I think we GenXers won’t see it again either. Maybe the little babies in attendance will. (Reason #324,788,230 to homeschool–you can have Rosary Potlucks in the morning! : ) )
I’m looking forward to next year at 9:10 11/12/13.
Unless there’s a drastic revision of the Gregorian Calendar, I don’t think *anybody* is going to experience a same month/day/year date again any time soon. We’d either need a 13th month introduced (in the Hebrew and a few other calendars with “leap months”, this does happen), or wait until January 1st, 3001 A.D.
*facepalm* OK, 2101 A.D. Today is not my day for mathematical reasoning.
But I’ll still beat Plusone by an hour at 8:09 and 10 seconds on 11/12/13 😉
Unless of course you think in military time.
In which case we have 12 more years of this fun!
In military time, what is the 13th month?
And this post highlights the completely annoying format of this “new” Patheos template. When you “click to read more,” there is NOTHING. It was all just a cruel tease. Ugh. Really wish we could see whole stories again …
I expect to be around for that one. I’ll do my best to be around for 1/2/3/4:5:6, but I’m not making any promises, since that’s nearly nine decades away.
This was such a let down compared to 11-11-11-11-11.
I missed both 11/11/11 and 12/12/12. On the bright side, I’m still young and my family lives long, so I have a slim chance at 1/1/01, but I’ll be 106, so I doubt it.
No love for 1/3/13 at 13:13:13? Or if you’re on 12-hr time 1/3/13 at 1:31:31?
Plenty of cool patterns of numbers left in this century, as some are demonstrating