Guess what today is? That's right, it's December 12, 2012, the last repetitive date you will ever see, unless February 2, 2022 would count because of having four repetitive "two's". The background consists with a ginormous number 12 in the background and variants of the number 12 around it. Variants include alternate names, math problems, and even in several different languages and numeral systems. Unfortunately, Baron gets hugely annoyed with all that "information" going on in his head. He even suggests the search overload to make it stop.
In other news, as we all know, the Mayans predict that the world is going to end in about nine days. If the world does end, well let's just live the nine days that we have. If not, well I'll laugh real hard and I would think of them as the biggest trolls of all time. So the Mayans would have gotten us fooled if the world didn't really end.
Anyway, 12/12/12 will be the last repetitive date you'll be seeing for a loooooooooooong time.
5 years, 9 months ago
12 Dec 2012 21:20 CET
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