It was a Waning Gibbous Moon…

kinnon —  January 5, 2010 — 4 Comments

…when I was born 19,789 days ago.

And this is my first post of a new decade in a ten year old millennium.

And my last post, 'til my 19,790th day.

Presuming I don't "die before I wake."

This post brought to you by the artificial intelligence of Wolfram Alpha, the crowd-sourced wisdom of Wikipedia and the muddled synapses of my Muggle brain.

Even if the title sounds like a Monty Python line.



A television editor, writer & director since 1978. A Christian since 1982. More than a little frustrated with the Church in the West since late in the last millennium.

4 responses to It was a Waning Gibbous Moon…

  1. Hope your 19,789th day was special and unique, and that you were celebrated appropriately! πŸ™‚

  2. Oh Happy Day Bill.

  3. Happy birthday, Bill. I hope the days keep stacking up for many years to come.


  4. 19,790 days ago was November 1, 1955. (All Saints Day. I’m so happy my Mom held out for one more day.) I popped onto Wolfram Alpha yesterday – and it’s computational power prompted the post. But you can wish me a Happy Day anytime, of course.

    Thanks Milton and Ron and J A N.

    Oh. And I made it through the night, apparently. (Or there’s a Ghost in this Machine.)


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