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Thursday, February 6, 2014

Traditional since 2013: from vintage iPads to Jurasic Wii

Time travel must be impossible, because it is capable of resulting in a paradox

You never know how soon is too late. 
Any time is no time: 
from a definite maybe, to an exact estimate
Now, you are informed!

In this entry, readers will explore at their own peril 
the commonly held belief that
 if anything bad can possibly happen in the future, 

it will and at the most inopportune time.

As the proverb goes:
A woman with one watch knows what time it is. A man with three Rolex is never sure.

1. My favourite paradox:
By the time one masters the exceptions, no one recalls 
the time rules to which they apply for our extinct life.

2. As an anticipated serendipity, a headline dawned on me:
Dawn of a new age: 
The first person to reach 150 is already alive

3. The best is yet to come
We already knew about genuine fakes,
authentic replicas, all natural artificial flavours, exclusive abundant poverty, ...
What else? 

But, be ready. Accidentally in purpose, we can purchase
our Customizable vintage iPad cases from Zazzle - 
Choose your favorite vintage iPad case design for your iPad 1,2,3,4 & Min

Customizable vintage iPad cases from Zazzle - 
Choose your favorite vintage iPad case design 
for your iPad 1,2,3,4 & Min
Brilliant stuff. I can almost see the Mad Men pitch for this.
Up to 64 Gigabytes – Gee Whiz!

4. Times flies, ... as in the movies.
The first ninety percent of the task takes ten percent of the time; 
the last ten percent takes the other ninety percent.

So, the sooner you fall behind, the more time you will have to catch up.

5. The first example of a "Groundhog Day" story  shows that experience is a wonderful thing. It allows you to recognize a mistake each time you repeat it
"Doubled and Redoubled", a short story by Malcolm Jameson that appeared in the February, 1941 issue ofUnknown
Accidentally cursed by a witch, the protagonist endlessly repeats a "perfect" day, including a lucky bet, a promotion, a heroically foiled bank robbery, and a successful wedding proposal.

6. Hard to believe: Daphne Selfe 

Supermodel face of TK Maxx at 85

24 August 2013 
Last updated at 19:15 BST
Former Vogue model Daphne Selfe, 85, has come back at the age of 70. 
She says she is busier now than ever.
Selfe from Baldock retired in the 1950s to raise her three children, but 15 years ago model, thought to be the world's oldest, decided to give it another go and is now part of the autumn/winter campaign for TK Maxx.

To read on Calendars and dates, east and west.

(Tis about Time to read the next entry...) 

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