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So does that make you one less year than what you are? :102:
 

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We count from 1-10 not 0-9.
Strange one eh?

It would make you one year old when you were born....
 

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Please tell me you weren't one of those folk celebrating the millennium on New Year's Eve 2000?
 

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Any idiot can look up the relevant site for the argument.But I guess you lot are a special kind of idiot.
 

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There was no year zero.
 

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The first decade was year 1 to year 10,therefore the next decade was on 11.
 

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Wasn’t the whole concept of a number zero an Islamic invention? Roman numberals have no zero. I think.
 

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There was no year zero.
I've always wondered about that. I mean in 1BC how did they know Jesus was going to be born
 

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I've just checked to confirm a vague recollection of my history, because of all the faffing about with the calendars in the Middle Ages JC was born around what is now considered to be on or around 6 BC.

To be fair everybody and their dug had their own calendar in these days, some still do!

So just pick a day, date, time to suit. After the next war we might all be on different calendars again! Or perhaps there will be no-one around to care :-(
 

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If he was born,the date is I believe six years out,because Herod-who did exist; died six years earlier.
But the Gregorian Calender which we go by, came out in what was 1582 under the Julian, by Pope Gregory3,so if there is any question blame him.The Farmers Almanac agree with me, as do the Canadian Maritime Society among others.
 

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If he was born,the date is I believe six years out,because Herod-who did exist; died six years earlier.
But the Gregorian Calender which we go by, came out in what was 1582 under the Julian, by Pope Gregory3,so if there is any question blame him.The Farmers Almanac agree with me, as do the Canadian Maritime Society among others.
I believe the 6th of January is the accepted date.
 

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I don't know what day it is half the time. I certainly loose track of time during the festive period so calanders are of little use to me anyway.
It's an age thing.
 
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