Friday, August 21, 2009

The Beast

My band is the opening act this evening at a community concert set up to raise funds for Young Life. As laid back and fun-loving as that organization is, I'm sure they'd appreciate today's post.



666 - The main number of the Beast.

667 - The neighbor of the Beast.

670 - Approximate number of the Beast.

DCLXVI - Roman numeral of the Beast.

0.6666666 - Number of the MilliBeast.

1010011010 - Binary number of the Beast.

1-666 - Area Code of the Beast.

$665.95 - Retail price of the Beast.

$656.66 - Wal-Mart price of the Beast.

Phillips 666 - Gasoline of the Beast.

Route 666 - Highway of the Beast.

666k - Retirement Plan for the Beast.

666i - BMW of the Beast.

[selected from Mikey's Funnies]


I have a rare weekend off. I plan to catch up on a lot of missed sleep and enjoy myself thoroughly.

I'll see you on Monday.



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WORDS for YOUR WEEKEND: "The race is not always to the swift nor the battle to the strong -- but that's the way to bet." (Damon Runyon)

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