16 thoughts on “Quadruple 5555s”

  1. At the 5:05am wasn’t it quintuple 05s? (5th minute of the 5th hour of the 5th day of the 5th month of the 5th year). Of course, at 5pm it’s really the 17th hour of the 5th day, etc.

  2. Yeah, but 5:05am happens 24 times over the course of the day, as you change time zones . . .

  3. Even better, it’s cinco de mayo — but i don’t see five margaritas in my near future.

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  7. Quite appropriate, as telcos seem to be going from “five nines” levels of availability (99.999%) towards something closer to “nine fives”…

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  9. My first grandson, Gabriel was born at 22:43 on 05/05/05. One of my friends commented that I should “take that kid to Vegas!”

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