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Re: This New Year is more properly written as: "20EUCLID"

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  • part2001
    Technically, you are Bat Mitzvah at 12, I believe, as girls mature earlier than boys. How about 2000-PICO (As in Pio Pico, last Afro-Mexicano governor of
    Message 1 of 6 , Jan 4, 2013
      Technically, you are Bat Mitzvah at 12, I believe, as girls mature earlier than boys.
      How about 2000-PICO (As in Pio Pico, last Afro-Mexicano governor of California before it was conquered and annexed by the US, for whom what would be 13th Street in L.A. is named)?

      --- In laamn@yahoogroups.com, Jerry Rubin wrote:
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      > Friends: Why not "20 Bar Mitzva" (or Bas Mitzva) ? In any case, HAPPY NEW YEAR! Let's work to make it a lucky '13 ! Peace, Jerry Rubin
      > On Jan 3, 2013, at 10:40 AM, -Jim DeMaegt wrote:
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      > > In Santa Monica the streets are named according to numbers
      > > (from the ocean to the East) 1,2,3 ,,,,,,,,,9,10,11,12, Euclid, 14,15. etc.
      > > No street is named Number 13.
      > >
      > > Sooooo I think that the same procedure should be used for
      > > naming the year's date. No Number 13 and no number 2013. Instead I think we
      > > should have "20Euclid" as the proper name for this year.
      > >
      > > I wonder if they will cash my checks if I put "20Euclid" on
      > > the date line of the check.
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