New Year’s Rockin’ Eve in Times Square NYE 2013. Yeah. Psy did that.
Gangnam Style was the first-ever video on the Utoobage to surpass 1 billion views.
New Year’s Blues
Glenn Crytzer and his Syncopators do the Jazz Age thang with
Some killer riffs in Carl Verheyen‘s New Year’s Day.
Here’s something a bit more traditional, and if your brain done got all swolled up from last night’s festivities, maybe just an .mp3 will do:
Auld Lang Syne, Royal Scots Dragoon Guards 2010
Wishing all of you a healthy and prosperous New Year.
As for 2021, let’s just not do that again.
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Amazing. Just one year ago this exact same thing happened.
However, if you exceeded your level of tolerance last night and you cringe at having to prepare something to eat for the Bowl Bowl Games, you’ve come to the right place.
Bunk’s Chili is 1 hour prep, 1 hour leaving it alone, one hour nap, and you’re good to go.
Happy New Year!
May you have peace, liberty, prosperity, and allow yourselves to consume and enjoy massive quantities of stuff that causes tumors in rats.
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In hexadecimal, we are now in the year 7E1 Anno Domini.
At one second after 1:01AM on 1 January 2017 we’ll have another numerical palindrome:
1117111 = day / month / year, hour : minute : second.
If you missed that, there’s also this one: 1/1/17/1:11.
2017 is a Prime Number, Mertens function zero.
2017 is also a sexy prime, meaning that there’s another prime number (2011) within six digits in the numerical sequence.
20/17 is pretty good vision, too.
Nostram salutem MMXVII. Now go kick ass.