UPDATE: Today’s column has been posted tomorrow, but, in an Einsteinian twist, can be accessed here.
You don’t see the numbers, but yesterday’s was my 2400th column in this space. And today’s is entered in the little machine my webmaster built for me years ago (thanks, Marc!) as “051111” for 2005-November-11.
I can’t wait for six years from now, when it’s “111111” — won’t that be cool?
You may think I’m leading up to taking a day off — 2400 is divisible by 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, for heaven’s sake. And by 8, 10, 12, 15, 20, 24, 30, 40, 50, 60, and 80, for crying out loud. This is a big deal! It’s divisible by 100, 200, 300, 400, 500 and 600! (And, sure, 120 and who knows what else!)
But actually I have a bunch of things I hope to post before the day, or at least the weekend, is out. For now, though, please talk among yourselves.
Quote of the Day
Capitalism without bankruptcy is like Christianity without hell.~Frank Borman (ex-Eastern CEO)
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- May 25:
The Truth Matters
- May 24:
The Pope: God Made You This Way
- May 23:
Travel Tip: Take Alexa WITH You?
- May 22:
Have You Already Seen This One?
- May 21:
How The Enlightenment Ends . . .
- May 18:
My Classmate Saved Stephen Hawking
- May 17:
Hi-Yo, Silver! (Unless You’re Poor)
- May 16:
Will On Pence
- May 15:
Mitch McConnell Speaks
- May 14:
From Greece To Iran
- May 25: