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Come 2011...and history repeats itself...

Come July 2011....and the history repeats itself..."This year July has 5 fridays 5 saturdays and 5 sundays. This happens once every 823 years. This is called money bags. So copy this to your status and money will arrive within 4 days. Based on Chinese philosophy of Feng Shui."...last year the story did rounds in Oct..

dont forget to read...a note on this @
http://unmuddlings.blogspot.com/2010/10/telecom-money-bags.html

I am pretty sure [and simple arithmetic corroborates]....that this occurs more often than once in 823 years....please do not copy/fwd such messages....and waste ur and other times...:)...till u check 823 years past calendars to be pretty sure...

sorry for pricking ur money bags!!! :P

Bhubaneshwar
Jun 29, 2011
ps: next jul with 5 f,s,s comes on 2016...b/w 2011-2100 both yrs included....we have 14 times such a thing is happening...such much for once in 823 yrs....feng shui..money bags.....et al...lol
jul 2,2011

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  1. ps: next jul with 5 f,s,s comes on 2016...b/w 2011-2100 both yrs included....we have 14 times such a thing is happening...such much for once in 823 yrs....feng shui..money bags.....et al...lol

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