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Old 2019-12-31, 22:41   #23
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Here in the Netherlands (with under half an hour to go), everyone is eating their oliebollen
and the fireworks are going to be obscured by thick fog.

We wish you all 53 enjoyable weeks in 2020!
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Old 2019-12-31, 22:50   #24
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We have 70 minutes to go here in the UK -- I hope we find, if not I, a Mersenne prime in 2020,
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Old 2020-01-01, 02:23   #25
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Here in the Netherlands (with under half an hour to go), everyone is eating their oliebollen
and the fireworks are going to be obscured by thick fog.

We wish you all 53 enjoyable weeks in 2020!
Huh. Here in the good ol' USA (where it's still 2019) we pride ourselves on "Bigger is better." But it looks like you guys have turned the tables on us. Here, we have "doughnut holes," which are the fried-up bits of dough punched out of doughnuts to make the holes. They're a year-round offering.

But you guys have super-sized 'em! And then gone one better, and made them a special New Year's treat!

My hat's off to you.

Happy New Year!
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Old 2020-01-01, 05:04   #26
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Huh. Here in the good ol' USA (where it's still 2019) we pride ourselves on "Bigger is better." But it looks like you guys have turned the tables on us. Here, we have "doughnut holes," which are the fried-up bits of dough punched out of doughnuts to make the holes. They're a year-round offering.

But you guys have super-sized 'em! And then gone one better, and made them a special New Year's treat!

My hat's off to you.

Happy New Year!

It is so nice to have a 23 year prediction come to fruition........
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Old 2020-01-01, 05:45   #27
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8 minutes to go in Chicago. Best wishes to all for the coming year. -now 5
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Old 2020-01-01, 15:08   #28
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Happy New Year from the Frozen North
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Old 2020-01-01, 16:20   #29
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I noticed that the temperatures have dropped a bit here in the middle of North America. I was wondering if some of you GPUers haven't forgotten to turn your machines on?

Any excess heat number crunching would be appreciated.
Still doing my part to maintain base load 24/7, and crop-feeding CO2 levels that are greening up the world.
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Old 2020-12-31, 23:00   #30
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Happy New (semiprime) Year!
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Old 2020-12-31, 23:16   #31
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Since you are a year ahead of us, could you.... ah wait, all those questions have already been asked for the last 7 years...

Happy New Year from the (next to) last castle of the Old Year!
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Old 2020-12-31, 23:34   #32
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Happy New Year!


I usually find some other base where the new year number is something fun.

If you use GMP bases with "A-Z" being digits 10-35 and "a-z" being digits 36-61 then:
202110 = Wb62

I will take this as meaning "Welcome back" to normal life during 2021.


(BUT: 202110 = if45 , so only *if* we take care of each other and follow the restrictions)

Last fiddled with by ATH on 2020-12-31 at 23:38
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Old 2020-12-31, 23:50   #33
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Happy New Year to all!

Here in the good ol' USA, the new year has not arrived just yet. Public New Year's festivities look to be rather muted.

Many of us are hoping for a return to some semblance of sanity in the near future.
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