Thanks Ant and Neutronbeam.
- Domino's eight-year foray into Italy ends in liquidation. Bad news for Olive Garden.
- Trapdoor spider- New giant species found in Australia.
- Nigeria organ harvesting plot: Senator found guilty, UK court rules. Wow, Nigerian senators even sketchier than the princes.
- Novel Drug Makes Mice Skinny Even on Sugary, Fatty Diet.
- Few People Seem to Find Real Joy in JOMO.
- Why do animals living with humans evolve such similar features? A new theory could explain 'domestication syndrome.' Thanks Acleacius.
Hardline Mike wrote on Mar 24, 2023, 07:32:I will allow that since ST DS9 ended in 1999.
Picard S3 is just so much better than anything Trek has put out in over 20 years...
Staunch wrote on Mar 23, 2023, 18:17:"The European Y/M/D notation for today is 23/3/23, which is also a palindrome. At least if you count the slashes, which we're allowed to do, since we're making up the rules here."The European Y/M/D notation for today is 23/3/23, which is also a palindrome.
Hate to be the bearer of bad news, but it isn't a palindrome. Forwards it's 23/3/23, backwards it's 32/3/32 which are different from each other.
Xil wrote on Mar 23, 2023, 15:21:
Being European, not British, is have never seen anyone here use anything else then d/m/y.
So not sure where in Europe the y/m/d is used?