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12/12/12 is the last repetitive date we will see in our lifetime

 
Yes we are all dying
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12/12/12 is the last repetitive date we will see in our lifetime
Does this mean anything to the elites?

Will something happen?

Will we all die?


ahhhhhhhhhhh
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12/03/2012 04:42 PM
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Re: 12/12/12 is the last repetitive date we will see in our lifetime
Yes the world comes to an end on 12:12::12 December 12, 2012.... It starts with a girl by the name of twelve who is twelve and was born at 12:12am.

Its known as the prophecy of twelve. Mayans new.
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Re: 12/12/12 is the last repetitive date we will see in our lifetime
What about 13/13/13?
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12/03/2012 04:45 PM

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Re: 12/12/12 is the last repetitive date we will see in our lifetime
What about 13/13/13?
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Exactly...
Never regret anything,for at one time its exactly what you wanted
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Re: 12/12/12 is the last repetitive date we will see in our lifetime
Will we all die?
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Nobody gets out of life alive...
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Re: 12/12/12 is the last repetitive date we will see in our lifetime
Lots of time travelers will appear that day.
Cause if u forget to set your time machine it defaults to 12/12/12.. kinda like your click flashes 12 after a blackout..
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Re: 12/12/12 is the last repetitive date we will see in our lifetime
What about 13/13/13?
 Quoting: El Tiburon


Exactly...
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so which one of you clever smartass will name the 13th month?

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Re: 12/12/12 is the last repetitive date we will see in our lifetime
Clock.*....
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Re: 12/12/12 is the last repetitive date we will see in our lifetime
My goodness you people are idiots.

The arbitrary date and time is a man made convention.

The modern calender is a man made up convention.

Neither of these have anything to do with REALITY.
Lime Flavoured Redux

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12/03/2012 04:54 PM
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Re: 12/12/12 is the last repetitive date we will see in our lifetime
Who knows, I might live to be nearly 115, 01/1/01 in 2101 :p
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Re: 12/12/12 is the last repetitive date we will see in our lifetime
It's my birthday....
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I'm still waiting for Y2K part two to unfold, I think in the next few years as the 32 bit register that controls the date and time overflows due to the value exceeding size...
Lime Flavoured Redux

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I'm still waiting for Y2K part two to unfold, I think in the next few years as the 32 bit register that controls the date and time overflows due to the value exceeding size...
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Nearly all systems use 64 bit now.
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12/03/2012 05:02 PM
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Re: 12/12/12 is the last repetitive date we will see in our lifetime
What about 13/13/13?
 Quoting: El Tiburon


not unless they add another month
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I'm still waiting for Y2K part two to unfold, I think in the next few years as the 32 bit register that controls the date and time overflows due to the value exceeding size...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3558872


Nearly all systems use 64 bit now.
 Quoting: Lime Flavoured Redux


What planet are you on? Most corps run 32 bit machines still, with just upgraded software...
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12/03/2012 05:04 PM
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and i's my birthday :P
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I'm still waiting for Y2K part two to unfold, I think in the next few years as the 32 bit register that controls the date and time overflows due to the value exceeding size...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3558872


Nearly all systems use 64 bit now.
 Quoting: Lime Flavoured Redux


What planet are you on? Most corps run 32 bit machines still, with just upgraded software...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3558872


That is true, but nearly all new systems are 64 bit, and I would hope that most people and businesses will be upgrading sometime before 2038.

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Re: 12/12/12 is the last repetitive date we will see in our lifetime
The actual date is 12/12/2012

So there really is no repetition.
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in THIS lifetime
--"In this era of great big brains anything that can happen will. So hunker down." -- Kurt Vonnegut, JR. -- Galapagos.
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Re: 12/12/12 is the last repetitive date we will see in our lifetime
What about 13/13/13?
 Quoting: El Tiburon


Decembuary 13th?
--"In this era of great big brains anything that can happen will. So hunker down." -- Kurt Vonnegut, JR. -- Galapagos.
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12/03/2012 05:15 PM
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Re: 12/12/12 is the last repetitive date we will see in our lifetime
January Third 2013 = 1-3-13 = 1313

January Fourth 2014 = 1-4-14 = 1414


March Third 2033 = 3-3-33 = 3333


June Sixth 2066 = 6-6-66 = 6666

This last date is when the son of Prince William and Kate will turn 53 years old... Maybe the day of his coronation as King.

It reminds me that Isaac Newton wrote that the end of the world would happen only after the year 2060...


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12/04/2012 06:22 PM
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Re: 12/12/12 is the last repetitive date we will see in our lifetime
Never mind 12th December. What about 20:12 on 20/12 2012. Thats a much better one. 20th December this year at 8:12pm.

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