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License plate numbers

mine, my wifes, my mother's, my uncle's, my first girl friend's, etc...

net related...

number of class c's (or ip's in fractions thereof) in /8 through /32
associated netmasks for same
The private blocks (, etc...)
The boundaries between class A B C and D, 128, 192, 224...
Number of seconds for a multitude of times from doing so many dns records.
dozens and dozens of tcp/ip ports...

various photography related numbers

tungsten color temperature, 3200° kelvin
full sun, high noon color temperature, 5500° kelvin
my filter mount sizes, lens mount sizes


Soc Sec # (mine and my wife's)
various phone numbers, mine, my cell, my wife's cell and work, my sis-in-law's home and cell, bro-in-law's cell, mom home and work, pharmacy, time-temp, etc...

and of course, the time of day when lunch starts...

Diplomacy is the art of saying "Nice doggie" until you can find a rock.

In reply to Re: Constants you cannot help but remember by naChoZ
in thread Constants you cannot help but remember by dragonchild

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