Also, the tilt of the Earth's axis is 23 degrees off perpendicular to the ecliptic plane. So, is Earth evil too?
When you've got Dick Cavett punking Amy Eddings you know it's August...
please, tell us about the numbers with their own names, like pi and e, naturally occurring.
my favorite number is 9 because i love the sound of the word 'nine' but also because the sum of its multiples add up to 9.
6 x 9 = 54 ... 5 + 4 = 9!
Don't we have 23 chromosomes? Are we all evil?
According to Douglas Adams 42 is the answer to the Meaning of Life the Universe and Everything. I'm 42 now and I still don't geddit.
Why do jokes seem to have two leadin-ins to a punch line? Or 3 characters, like a doctor, a Rabbi and a musician jumped off a bridge, who was th first to hiit the water?
Could you talk about 28? My girlfriend loves that number above all others and you would make me a major hero if you mention it. Nice and even, 28 days in a month something like that?
My lucky number is three. I was born in March (the third month) and EVERY address I have had in my 40+ years has had a three in it, either in the street or apt. address, including the homes in which my parents raised me. If I move again, I will have to move to a home with a three in it. I consider it good luck. understand the number three relates to creativity. Is there any connection?
I'd like to hear about the number 23 and, of course, 42.
23 is not evil (as far as I know). I learned in life drawing class that everything on the human body sits at a 23 degree angle
Tell me about my favorite number, 26.
42: the meaning of Life, the Universe, and Everything!
why does evil surround the number 23
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