Advertisement Quadruple 5555s by Om Malik May 5, 2005 - 12:23 PM CST 16 Comments Tweet Share Post 05.05.005 comes only once in 1000 years and coinciding with Thursday (5th Day of the week) comes only once in 7000 yrs… via Drudge Advertisement Advertisement 16 Comments Om Malik May 9th, 2005 hey congrats on the grandson. see you already won the lotto, why go to vegas Grampa Geoff May 9th, 2005 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!” Matt May 6th, 2005 What makes it even more unique is that I saw Maroon 5 yesterday. Trippy! Fazal Majid May 5th, 2005 Quite appropriate, as telcos seem to be going from “five nines” levels of availability (99.999%) towards something closer to “nine fives”… Staci Kramer May 5th, 2005 maybe after my BlogNashville session Saturday … I could start at 5 p.m. Om Malik May 5th, 2005 oh…. fifth cup. i am lagging in coffee drinking sweepstakes jfoynes May 5th, 2005 ironcally I was having my fifth cup of coffee when I heard the newsperson bring up the signifigance of today. :^) Abhay S. Kushwaha May 5th, 2005 05.05.05 comes once in 100 years. The year’s last two digits are the only significant figures. For example: 2005 is written as ’05; 2105 will be ’05 as well. Om Malik May 5th, 2005 i say why not staci… five margaritas should be easy to do…. Staci Kramer May 5th, 2005 Even better, it’s cinco de mayo — but i don’t see five margaritas in my near future. Jesse Kopelman May 5th, 2005 Yeah, but 5:05am happens 24 times over the course of the day, as you change time zones . . . CK May 5th, 2005 At the 5:05am wasn’t it quintuple 05s? 05.05.05.05.05 (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. Comments are closed.