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    Wishing everyone a prosperous 218! May all your cares be washed away on this relaxing day of celebration.

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    Thanks 218!I've never celebrated this excellent day and relaxing days of celebration are rare!What exactictic-tically is this frabjous day?
    Caesar adsum jam forte — Antonius sed passus sum.Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum videtur.

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    Just a simple day that comes but once a year to remind us that life is to be enjoyed! There is no dogma involved no rituals, and no right way or wrong way to celebrate. As long as you are enjoying yourself, you're doing it up right!
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    Is it,perhaps,your birthday ...or,maybe,a special unbirthday?
    Caesar adsum jam forte — Antonius sed passus sum.Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum videtur.

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    Not really, just my favorite number, the links Goh provided explain most of it. I decided when I was about 10 years old that I would rather be identified as a number and 218 was the # I picked.
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    Another reason to celebrate is that on February 18, 2005 you made 3000th posting record on domainstate.com.

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    Ahh how correct you are Goh, and this post is #3000! What a glorious day filled with harmony!
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    Originally posted by 218
    I decided when I was about 10 years old that I would rather be identified as a number and 218 was the # I picked.
    How very futuristic of you.Anyway,congratulations on another superb 218!It's 182 to a lot of us,but here's to celebration!

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    Thank you futurismo! I espescially appreciate a complement regarding my future oriented young self coming from someone as future oriented as yourself!

    That came out a lot more confusing than it sounded in my head.
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    As Goh says,:"I know nothing"
    I have an Italian friend who tells everyone:"You know nothing!You donna wha' your talkin' abou" !And isn't this the truth?

    I've never thought anything of it,but have you ever found interest in numerology and,if so,any sense out of it?
    Last edited by futurismo; 02-18-2005 at 07:51 AM.
    Caesar adsum jam forte — Antonius sed passus sum.Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum videtur.

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    At one time I had an interest in astrology/numerology but I couldn't seem to find any reliable methods. Never looked into any numerlogical values of 218.
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    This suave man was declared a mage in the year 218
    http://www.theennead.com/knownworld/bio/a4
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    happy 218, 218 - may all your 218's be happy ones
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    Also of interest...
    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...32711?v=glance
    The Complete Book of Numerology
    Paperback: 218 pages
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