Tonight/tomorrow, the time will be 01:02:03 04/05/06. Which also happens to be 123 seconds after 1 AM. (You can all stop mailing me about this now.)
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27 Responses:

  1. encapsulate says:

    Just wait until two months from now when it'll be 06:06:06 06/06/06!!! Oh No!

    Then later, when it'll be some other arbitrary number that magically shows up .

  2. inkbot says:

    Why was 6 afraid of 7? Because 7 8 9!

    k, let's all stop now.

  3. spc78 says:

    In other news, apparently the media is predicting a run of brain surgeons playing the numbers 123456 in the lottery tomorrow.

  4. tregoweth says:

    And, as the people posting this often point out, "OMG THIS WILL NEVER HAPPEN AGAIN!!!1!"

  5. rzr_grl says:

    Now I have the Sesame Street counting song in my head. Thanks a lot.

  6. fantasygoat says:

    It's your own damn fault, Mr. time_t party animal.

  7. dougo says:

    And if you miss that, you have a whole minute to celebrate 1:23 4/5/06.

  8. sherbooke says:

    it won't happen for this side of the pond until May. I can't wait.

    As for the time_t parties, you unix guys know how to *live*!!!! w00t!

  9. skryche says:

    I enjoyed 12:34:56 7/8/90 much more.

    And why do people keep saying that 01:02:03 04/05/06'll never happen again? What's the logic?

    • andr00 says:

      I don't know why people even think it's happening NOW. It already happened 2000 years ago. Ohhh I get it... people have the y2k bug (actually the "every-century bug").