Friday, June 09, 2006

Common Era

Have you noticed the CE being used more and more instead of AD because AD comes from Anno Domini? I've come up with an idea that I think will satisfy everyone (well at least me). It may be a little lengthy but I think I'm gonna start saying (for example) 1965 ITYOOLJCONWISTAORFIH Which stands for:

1965 In the year of our Lord Jesus Christ of Nazareth who is superior to all other religious figures in history.

Ok on a serious note, I am going to no longer use the term AD if I can help it but rather will spell it out in plain English > In the year of our Lord 1965. It's my little way of 'sticking it to the (liberal) man'.

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