non lbc, but fascinating. And, it'll be here in 32 minutes!
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From: "Dan Furbish" <BarnOwl@world.std.com>
To: "Dana Fox" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "Bud Krueger"
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Subject: Time goes bye bye !
Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2002 20:45:39 -0500
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As the clock ticks over from 8:01PM on Wednesday, February 20th, 2002,
> time will (for sixty seconds only) read in perfect symmetry. To be more
> precise: 20:02, 20/02, 2002. It is an event which has only ever happened
> once before, and is something which will never be repeated. The last
> occasion that time read in such a symmetrical pattern was long before
> the days of the digital watch (or the 24-hour clock): 10:01AM, on
> January 10, 1001. And because the clock only goes up to 23.59, it is
> something that will never happen again.
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