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Re: A very ODD day

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gregjuli
Fri, 19 Nov 1999 20:54:11 -0600


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But Sharon, what if people already think we are odd! Remember we are
the people who are told by our colleagues at school that "oh , we can
get away with that (unusual dressing) because we are the art teachers".
LOL- Have a terriffic Odd Day all !!!!
MaryB

Sharon Heneborn wrote:

>
> TODAY, Friday, 11-19-1999, will be the last day that has all odd
> digits in its date until 1-1-3111.
>
> That's right, you are witnessing the last "odd digit day" in your
> lifetime, and for approximately 37 generations to come!
>
> Celebrate by doing something a little... well, odd.
>
>
>

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But Sharon, what if people already think we are odd!   Remember we are the people who are told by our colleagues at school that "oh , we can get away with that (unusual dressing) because we are the art teachers".  LOL- Have a terriffic Odd Day all !!!!
MaryB

Sharon Heneborn wrote:

 
 TODAY, Friday, 11-19-1999,  will be the last day that has all odd
 digits in its date until 1-1-3111.

 That's right, you are witnessing the last "odd digit day" in your
 lifetime, and for approximately 37 generations to come!

 Celebrate by doing something a little... well, odd.
 
 
 

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