It will occur shortly after midnight tonight! be ready for it!
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Square root day is a holiday celebrated on dates where the day and the month are both the square root of the last two digits in the current year. For example, today is March 3, 2009 (3/3/09), and the next square root day will be April 4, 2016 (4/4/16). The final square root day of the century will occur on September 9, 2081. Square root days fall upon the same nine dates each century.
Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift, that’s why they call it the present.
Here is a little chart that shows you how many songs have been played during a particular hour. I think the Lunch drop off is funny!
So what’s that mean for all you mayan fruits out there? 5 years til the end of the world?
It’s 2:30, no it’s 3:30..
no, what time is it?
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The Longest Month in the history of the World of Bickersmith, and it’s almost over?
How did that happen?
It’s been a long, fun, and interesting month. I can’t believe it came so fast and wrapped up so quickly.
The Weekend is a wonderful thing. I haven’t had one in almost 3 years and I am finally glad to have it back!
Is it time to catch that bus and get out of here yet?? Seriously!
Only 9 Days, 5 Hours, 51 Minutes, and 33 Seconds away!
Today I am going to get that HOUR back. I have decided to just take advantage of the extra light and go out into the world and find that HOUR and take it back. There is no choice, there are no other options. There is no try, there is only do. I must compete this mission.
But first, I gotta clean up and do dishes and at least start to fold my laundry.
I am still trying to desperately find this other “hour” that I lost somewhere last night. Was it while I was out cavorting around? Did I drop it somewhere on the way home? Did I lose it at work somewhere in the process of all the running? Did Sherrod take that from me instead of Pager #9? Where did this hour go? It must have been lost at work cause I feel like I have been there forever. But hey.. It is Sunday now. And GEEZ! It’s like REALLY BRIGHT OUTSIDE! Time to go run the Sage dog.
How did I get stuck with this?
I’m about to have two shows today. One at 12Noon and then an encore performance starting around 4:30pm.
That’s fine. Haven’t had a double in a while.
The sticky part is.. While I should be out of there sometime between 9pm and 10pm.. I have to be back at 7:30AM.
BUT– Daylight Savings Time begins at 2AM tonight and the clocks will get moved ahead an hour. So by the time 7:30AM comes around it will really “feel” like 630AM which leaves what? Not much time to sleep!
When we change our clocks
Beginning in 2007, most of the United States begins Daylight Saving Time at 2:00 a.m. on the second Sunday in March and reverts to standard time on the first Sunday in November. In the U.S., each time zone switches at a different time.
In the European Union, Summer Time begins and ends at 1:00 a.m. Universal Time (Greenwich Mean Time). It begins the last Sunday in March and ends the last Sunday in October. In the EU, all time zones change at the same moment.
Spring forward, Fall back
During DST, clocks are turned forward an hour, effectively moving an hour of daylight from the morning to the evening.
Last night at two minutes and three seconds after 1:00 A.M. in the morning, the time and date was 01:02:03 04/05/06.
That won’t ever happen again.
You may now return to your normal stuff
for just one more day….
make it happen
make it last!
On the average day I walk about four hours.
And I’m not talking about slow walking (although I do that too).
I’m talking about speed walking.
Today, I walked 8 hours non stop straight through.
February was named for the Roman god Februus, the god of purification. January and February were the last two months to be added to the Roman calendar, since the Romans originally considered winter a monthless period. This change was made by Numa Pompilius about 700 BC in order to bring the calendar in line with a standard lunar year. Numa’s Februarius contained 29 days (30 in a leap year). Augustus is alleged to have removed one day from February and added it to August, (renamed from Sextilis to honor himself), so that Julius Caesar’s July would not contain more days. However there is little historical evidence to support this claim.
February was nominally the last month of the Roman calendar, as the year originally began in March. At certain intervals Roman priests inserted an intercalary month, Mercedonius, after February to realign the year with the seasons.
Historical names for February include the Anglo-Saxon terms Solmoneth (mud month) and Kale-monath (named for cabbage) as well as Charlemagne’s designation Hornung. In old Japanese calendar, the month is called Kisaragi (å¦‚æœˆ, çµ¹æ›´æœˆ or è¡£æ›´æœˆ). It is sometimes also called Mumetsuki (æ¢…è¦‹æœˆ) or Konometsuki (æœ¨ç›®æœˆ). In Finnish, the month is called helmikuu, meaning “month of the pearl”.
“February” is pronounced without the first r, as “Febuary”, by many speakers. This is probably elision, or an analogical change influenced by “January”.
What else is going on?
It’s February already.
What a weird word.
How did they come up with that one?
Why are the months named as they are?
Perhaps I will WIKI that and report back to you later.