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 Subject:  Another odd day?

 Two days ago was November 17th, 1999.

 The numerical format for Wednesday was 11-17-1999. All of the digits
are
 odd. The next Odd day is 11-19-1999, which is today.

 The next Odd day after that will be 1-1-3111 - which is well over a
 thousand years away, which we will never see.

 Days such as 4-13-89 have both even and odd digits, thus, it is
 neither odd nor even.

 The next even day will be 2-2-2000 - the first one since 8-28-888.

 So, now you have a reason to celebrate this Friday as it'll be
 your last odd day on Earth!!!!!!



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