Happy 1234567890 Day, Unix Geeks

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johnny3144

[quote] Not so much geeks as losers. A party because some clock within UNIX reads 1234567890? Who cares, apart from losers with no life? [/quote]

then what's the point celebrating new year? what's so special about 365day have passed? at least this happense every few hundred year. the next time you gonna see something like this on unix clock would be 10billion second(or 317 year) from now.

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eday_2010

Not so much geeks as losers. A party because some clock within UNIX reads 1234567890? Who cares, apart from losers with no life?

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tcan1337

These 'losers' are allowing you to post your drivel so st fu.

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AntiHero

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nekollx

HAPPY NERDS DAY

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