Thursday, February 12, 2009

Birthday Calculator

It tells you how many hours and how many seconds you have been alive on this earth and when you were probably conceived. How cool is that?

After you've finished reading the info, click again, and see what the moon looked like the night you were born.

Who says our time clocks aren't ticking....



Anonymous said...

This is what it said about me.....and its all true lol.

''Very strong, a bit self-willed, independent, does not allow contradiction or arguments, loves life, its family, children and animals, a bit of a butterfly, good sense of humour, likes idleness and laziness, of practical talent and intelligence''



Baron's Life said...

So where's your dark

John McClane said...

Baron... you have a talent for unearthing esoteric websites.

I clicked through where it says see what your name says about you.

My Inner Dream number is 5. You dream of being totally free and unrestrained by responsibility. You see yourself conversing and mingling with the natives in many nations, living for adventure and life experiences.

So that's why I've got a scooter!

Baron's Life said...

Thanks man...just killing time till riding season...there is a lot of select things out there we just have to find
My number is 4 and it doen't say very flattering things about me..I'll read it again and publish whatever it says soon...

Anonymous said...

This calender is cool! Now I know what my parents were doing one fine friday leap year night lol
It seems to be very precise. I wonder how they know all this?
I guess it must be all written before we are born.

I love motorcycles and scooters.It's the best feeling to drive them rain or shine.

Mr. Motorcycle said...

This was cool. I am to the day, exactly one year younger than Brett Favre.

Lady R (Di) said...

Wow! It was so true! I share a birthday with Amelia Earhart. Ever since I did a school project on her back in the 6th grade, I've become a true admirer.

I love my fortune cookie: "A thrilling time is in your future." Yes!

Baron's Life said...

Mr. M - glad you enjoyed...stay young and younger.
L. Ridesalot Amelia Earhart was loved and admired by a lot of people. her mysterious disappearance still remains a riddle at best.She was the 16th woman to receive a pilot's license from the FAI (License No. 6017)