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Midland Red
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1 of 182  Wed 12th Dec 2012 8:42am  
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Today is 12/12/12 Cheers And none of us will ever see the likes of a date like this again (next one, 1 Jan 2101!) Oh my
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Foxcote
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2 of 182  Wed 12th Dec 2012 9:20am  
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Well I never, just wrote a cheque as well and never realised Roll eyes Glad you said though, special day Cheers
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Harrier
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3 of 182  Wed 12th Dec 2012 9:34am  
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Always look on the bright side. Next week we have the 20th December, or if you prefer 20:12:2012. It gets even more exciting at twelve minutes past eight in the evening - 20:12:20:12:2012. Doesn't have quite the same ring but . . .
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LesMac
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4 of 182  Wed 12th Dec 2012 9:46am  
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What was the last time a similar thing happened? 11/11/11 perhaps? Before that it must have been 10/10/10 but as MR says it will be a long time before a similar thing happens again. Les
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PhilipInCoventry
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5 of 182  Wed 12th Dec 2012 10:29am  
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Hi all Wave Number patterns have often amused me. Just a moment in time. A very close friend of mine has her birthday on 21st. She thinks that she was sold short being born on the shortest day, until she realised that it coincided with the longest night. Happy birthday Val, Big grin if you are viewing in the meantime. Another member of her family has her birthday on 21st March. Quite an equinox family. So, back to today. Wave I like it.
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Kimbo
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6 of 182  Wed 12th Dec 2012 10:45am  
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Happy Broadcast Day. 1-2, 1-2, 1-2 Over and out. Thumbs up
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LesMac
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7 of 182  Wed 12th Dec 2012 10:54am  
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Philip. Read somwhere that the Incas forecast the end of the world will occur on 21/12/2012 so perhaps you should advise your friend to open her presents early. Les
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PhilipInCoventry
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8 of 182  Wed 12th Dec 2012 11:09am  
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Hi LesMac Wave People have been foretelling the end of the world for as long as the world has existed, but we are still here. I hope to have lunch with Val on that Friday & I do not want to miss that, or her steak & kidney pudding. Norman Clegg (Last of the Summer Wine) thought it was going to end on a Wednesday. I have just left my car at Arbury Peugeot in Bulkington for its full annual service, I will have to tell them to stop doing it! Best wishes to you. Wave
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NeilsYard
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9 of 182  Wed 12th Dec 2012 12:13pm  
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. . . and it's 12:12!! (bugger missed it by a minute! Big grin )
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nirvana
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10 of 182  Wed 12th Dec 2012 3:38pm  
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Year 1981..... Prince Charles got married Liverpool crowned champions of Europe Australia lost the ashes The Pope died Year 2005..... Prince Charles got married Liverpool crowned champions of Europe Australia lost the ashes The Pope died An amazing coincidence
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morgana
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11 of 182  Thu 13th Dec 2012 3:22pm  
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There is a very ancient system of prediction of the future by numbers which is known as vertical tabulation. Suppose for example the subject was born in the year 1908, set down his birth date twice as follows and perform a simple addition like this : 1908 + 1 + 9 + 0 + 8 = 1926 This result is said to indicate a year of great importance in the subject's life, which can be carried further from 1926 If you do the same with the dates of the following, George I ascended the throne 1714 add as example above you would get 1727, which would be the date of George II ascending the throne, which this date would then add like 1744, which was preparations for second Jacobite rising, then from this, that one would add to 1760 when George III ascended the throne. It is also curious to note that Queen Victoria was born in 1819, the figures of which on being added give 19, which added to 1819 makes 1839, the year of the Queen's Coronation French history also provides us with a famous example too. All colours have numbers too, like the lottery balls colours, Red =1 and 8 Orange = 2 and 9 Yellow = 3 Green = 4 Blue = 5 Indigo = 6 Violet = 7 The Arabian squares are based on numbers too, each planet having a number, eg Leo is 666 ruled by the Sun, Gemini 32, Libra 49 which the lottery is 1 to 49. Take your name, each letter is a number, add together with your birth date will tell what sort of character you are. Numbers always add down to a single number, the only number that is not is 11 depending if this fits a personality, 11 means a message to give to the world like Jesus - J=10 + E=5 + S=19 + U=21 + S=19 = 74, add 7+4=11, someone who gives a message to the world like 9.11 Wink Each number represents certain characters, number 4 is known as the unluckiest number, eg 13 when added is 4, four elements of the earth, unlucky for some, but lucky to others Number 6 domesticated person peaceful, 1 good head for business a devoted friend, 5 too many 5s in a name can mean insanity or a person who lives on their nerves, 5s like travelling, don't like to be in the same place too long, adventurous, 7s are normally seen as eccentrics, good at keeping secrets. it is also a magical number like 3, 2s are caring people, a lot are in the caring profession like nurses or carers but also come 2nd best. 9 is Einstein, high knowledge so if someone has a lot of 9s they are very clever people, 8s are powerful, they see the ups and downs in life. 3s are a smaller version of the 9s, never go without and witty and sparkly. There are 7 notes on a musical scale, to the Greeks and Romans this was seen as the symbol of good fortune, Pythagoreans held it in particular veneration as being the highest primary number which was complete in itself and incapable of division. 6s or the hexad is represented geometrically by a six sided balanced figure. It is also symbolized by two intersecting triangles known as the seal of Solomon by the Jews, 6 is considered as a sacred number. I could go on but might bore you all. Lol Lol Lol Lol Lol Lol Lol Lol
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Rob Orland
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12 of 182  Thu 13th Dec 2012 7:26pm  
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On 12th Dec 2012 3:38pm, nirvana said: Year 1981...... Year 2005...... An amazing coincidence
That is amazing Bernie - I'd never come across those before!
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Rob Orland
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13 of 182  Thu 13th Dec 2012 7:27pm  
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Lol
On 12th Dec 2012 12:13pm, NeilsYard said: . . . and it's 12:12!! (bugger missed it by a minute! Big grin )
I was going to ask if you wanted me to alter the post's time-stamp - but it was funnier the way you did it !
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Midland Red
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14 of 182  Thu 13th Dec 2012 7:44pm  
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On 13th Dec 2012 7:26pm, Rob Orland said:
On 12th Dec 2012 3:38pm, nirvana said: Year 1981...... Year 2005...... An amazing coincidence
That is amazing Bernie - I'd never come across those before!
Even more amazing is that Prince Charles got married 5 times, Australia lost the ashes 5 times, and the Pope died 5 times Oh no, sorry, Liverpool crowned Champions of Europe 5 times - that was it
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Midland Red
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15 of 182  Thu 20th Dec 2012 12:14pm  
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On 12th Dec 2012 12:13pm, NeilsYard said: . . . and it's 12:12!! (bugger missed it by a minute! Big grin )
You can always post a message tonight at twelve minutes past eight, when it will be . . . . 20.12 on 20.12.2012 Big grin
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