Happy March 23, 2023, a delightfully palindromic number in U.S. format, where it
is written 3/23/23. And although this M/D/Y format is uncommon in the rest of
the world, we're in luck. 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. There's a third way to skin
this cat, as the British English way to express today's date is also 23/3/23.
This reads the same as the European style, even though it uses its own D/M/Y
date format. If it's too late to arrange any big parties for the occasion,
there's plenty of advance warning to prepare for next year's April 24th
picard season 3 is excellent, esp. for TNG fans. it has psychological complexity trek's never touched before. riker is so much more than just an alien banging wingman here, finally. turns out frakes is really good at emotional vulnerability.