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Old 09-29-2010, 11:47 AM   #1
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That time of the year again

It's that time of the year again. That is, to print out calendars for next year. I just scheduled a dental appointment for my next cleaning. That isn't unil Jan 31, 2011 so it's new calendar time.

I did some overkill and created yearly and monthly calendars for next decade , up to 2019.
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I did some overkill and created yearly and monthly calendars for next decade , up to 2019.
Optimistic aren't you?
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Not optimistic, "lazy" is probably the better word.

I figured, create a decades worth now, then sit back and don't have to worry about if the websites to create the calendars are still around 9 years from now.
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Well, at least your thread wasn't about 'countin' down the days to Christmas'.
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Here you go..countdown til New Year!

Countdown to New Year 2011 in UTC
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Hey now...that is too cool!

Trouble is, when I saw those seconds tickin' down...

Perhaps I should start the party now...
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Well, that's better than the guy who said "At my age I don't buy green bananas".
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Well, at least your thread wasn't about 'countin' down the days to Christmas'.
How long 'til Christmas? 86, Days. 20, Hours. 25, Minutes
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It's that time of the year again. That is, to print out calendars for next year. I just scheduled a dental appointment for my next cleaning. That isn't unil Jan 31, 2011 so it's new calendar time.

I did some overkill and created yearly and monthly calendars for next decade , up to 2019.
You print calendars?
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My grandmother made a small donation to some charity 15 years ago. Ever since then, she's gotten nearly a dozen different calendars each year by september. That's where i've gotten my calendar every year since I moved out on my own. I've had my 2011 calendar sitting next to me for over a month already and have several notes on it. I don't know what i'll do when she's gone(she's 94 now). I don't even own a printer. I may have to actually go out and buy a calendar
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You print calendars?
I use both a one pager that just shows the whole year, and also a blank month by month one so I can fill in my appointments and reminders etc.

There was a thread on good calendar websites...

Any simple calendar websites?

In addition to those mentioned on the thread, found another place today... Print your own free calendar
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I do agree that we are running short of days in 2010.
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Optimistic aren't you?
No sh!t. Next week I'm going to my dentist's funeral (he was also a good friend) rather than my appointment.

Sh!t happens, but I wish it didn't.
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Countdown to my 40th birthday? Only 83 days!

I buy a big Year-At-A-Glance write on/dry erase calendar every year and pin it to my home office wall. Even though I have other electronic calendars, the big one lets me see the whole year, note paydays, etc. I don't get them until November, usually.
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For me, Google Calendar is the only way to fly. Recommended.

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