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April 10, 2014

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Yes, Peter. Today's 4-14-14 palindrome day celebrations began at midnight in Tonga and have been working their way around the globe among palindrome-loving revelers all morning. But then much of the world was passed over because they think today is the distinctly non-palindromic 14-4-14. Pity those poor souls! They will not see another Palindrome Day for many moons!

I'm sure that Alan is already aware of this, but 4-14-14 is a palindrome day.

According to Pacifica "Gang of Yes" palindrome lovers, the "Gang of No" is a bunch of incessant naggers:

"'Gang of No' -- it is open on one position: fog. Nag!"

Thank you, John, for your great article today in the Tribune and also on Riptide addressing this matter. I have never considered myself as a member of the "Gang of No." I have always advocated for finding a better and more reasonable solution to whatever the problem might be. But I do consider myself and many friends and colleagues as hardworking members of the "Gang of Know." Know all the facts. Know what you are up against. Know what you are getting yourself into. Know who can help and spread the knowledge. Know to never embellish or exaggerate the facts. Know not to make stuff up that has no basis in truth (e.g., "99% support the highway widening"). Know that knowledge is power, only if you know how to use it. And most important, no matter how serious the issue is, know how to have fun amid the insanity.

Hear, hear!

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