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Meaning of 10:12 and 12:10 time on Celebration Day discs?

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I'm assuming it is just to distinguish somewhat more easily which is the first and second disc, but I wonder if there was any meaning behind the times of 10:12 (on the first disc) and 12:10 (on the second disc) of the CD labels for "Celebration Day"?

Thanx.

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DOH!

Yes, so obvious -- and clever: 10/12/07 how the British write December 10, 2007; 12/10/07 how the Americans do.

Thanks, Geezer!

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DOH!

Yes, so obvious -- and clever: 10/12/07 how the British write December 10, 2007; 12/10/07 how the Americans do.

Thanks, Geezer!

Hmmmmm, no wonder I didn't understand what was so special about November 9............. ;)

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DOH!

Yes, so obvious -- and clever: 10/12/07 how the British write December 10, 2007; 12/10/07 how the Americans do.

Thanks, Geezer!

I never really paid any attention to that. Interesting.

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