In article <5ag2ui$3ql at hbu005.ha.uk.sbphrd.com>,
Frank_Hollis-1 at sbphrd.com.see-sig (Triple Quadrophenic) wrote:
>In article <32C9D353.5BD6 at efgh.net>, abcd at efgh.net (Anonymous ) dusted off
>the quill, prised open the inkwell and wrote...
>>>>>>>It is somewhat cool that you posted this statement on the last day of
>>1996. As you may or may not already know, the year 1996 is only like 8
>>other years in this milleneum in that it contains the number 666 within
>>it. If you drop the '1' and invert the two '9's, you get the famed
>>What about 1997? If you remove the 1, the two 9s and the 7; then put in
>three 6s you get 666.
Jeeze, you've got it all wrong! You simply invert the nines, and remove the
one from the seven! Voila!
Tim Blackmore tim_blackmore at notes.ipl.ca