Joe Short wrote:
> So let me get this straight. If this is the last odd day for well over a
> thousand years, and the next even day isn't until 2-2-2000, what are all of
> the days in between like 21-11-1999 or 23-11-1999 or 25-11-1999 ? Aren't they
> all odd days too ? If the days aren't odd or even what are they, lobsided ?
> >===== Original Message From Tom Buchanan <firstname.lastname@example.org> =====
> >Today is Friday 19 November, 1999.
> >The numerical format for today is 19-11-1999. ( All the digits are
> >The next "Odd Day" after today will be 1-1-3111 - which is well over a
> >thousand years away.
> >The next even day will be 2-2-2000 - the first one since 28-8-888!
> >So, now you have a reason to celebrate today as it'll be your last odd
> >day on Earth!!!!!!
> >Have a nice "Odd Day!"
> >Don't expect me to send this message again any time soon!!!
> >Tom Buchanan
> >1974 MGB-GT
> >Kingsport, TN
> >ICQ 21478018
> '75 B Roadster
> Lowered and loud.
Yeah I don't get it either I heard this on the radio and thought the