Friday, July 3, 1970

Follow Friday

This is the list of all of the Follow Friday posts resulting from my participation in the Follow Friday meme hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read. When I started participating in the meme, I began numbering my Follow Friday posts in order to differentiate them from one another, and that morphed into coming up with something interesting about every number I used.

Oddly, I skipped the number seventy-four. To make up for this oversight, I inserted 74 in place of 174 and 174 in place of 274. When I get to 374, I may insert 274 in 174's place. Maybe I won't. We'll see. This blog has also been the featured blogger on this meme once, resulting in my Follow Friday Recap.

04/04/14: In Fallout 2 the Chosen One Starts with $152 in Cash
01/10/14: 140 Characters Is the Maximum Length of a Tweet
12/26/13: The Hymn to Apollo Was Written in 138 B.C.
12/20/13: There Are 137 Atoms in a Chlorophyll Molecule
11/15/13: The First Seimometer Was Invented by Zhang Heng in 132 A.D.
10/25/13: Galen Was Born in 129 A.D.
10/18/13: ASCII Has Definitions for 128 Characters
10/04/13: Gilgamesh Ruled Over Uruk for 126 years
09/20/13: 124 Is an Untouchable Number
09/13/13: Mitch Kapor Became a Millionaire by Designing Lotus 1-2-3
09/07/13: Jeanne Calment Was 122 Years Old When She Died
08/30/13: A Chinese Checkers Board Has 121 Holes
08/09/13: Port 119 Is the Default for Unencrypted NNTP Connections
07/26/13: The Mystery of Element 117 Is a Science Fiction Story by Milton Smith
07/05/13: The Atomic Number of Ununpentium Is 115
06/22/13: The Current Congress Is the 113th Congress
05/17/13: Ulysses Killed All 108 of Penelope's Unwelcome Suitors
05/03/13: There Are Currently One Hundred and Seven Nobel Laureates in Literature
04/27/13: 17 U.S.C. § 106 Protects Exclusive Rights in Copyright
04/19/13: The Trajan Bridge Was Built in 105 A.D.
04/04/13: The Ice Truck Killer's Calling Card Was the Number 103
03/29/13: The Empire State Building Has One Hundred and Two Floors
03/22/13: Winston Smith Was Sent to Room 101 to Be Tortured With His Greatest Fear
03/15/13: The Hundred Days Campaign Ended With the Battle of Waterloo
03/08/13: Agent 99 Was Played by Barbara Feldon
03/01/13: In 98 A.D. Tacitus Finished Writing the Germania
02/22/13: About 97% of the Water on Earth Is Salt Water
02/15/13: In 96 A.D. Nerva Became the First of the Five Good Emperors
02/08/13: NATO Called the Tupolev TU-95 "The Bear"
02/01/13: The Atomic Number of Plutonium Is Ninety-Four
01/25/13: Quatrevingt-Treize Is a Victor Hugo Novel About the French Revolution
01/05/13: Sparrowhawk Bound the Dragon Yevaud to Protect the Ninety Isles
12/21/12: One of My Ancestors May Have Been a Sooner in the Land Rush of 1889
12/14/12: In Kill Bill O-Ren Ishii's Gang Was the Crazy 88s
12/09/12: Lincoln Mentioned "Fourscore and Seven Years" in the Gettysburg Address
11/30/12: There Are 86 Metals on the Periodic Table of Elements
11/15/12: NGC 85 Is a Galaxy in Andromeda
11/09/12: Eighty Four Is a Town in Pennsylvania
11/03/12: On Old Televisions 83 Was the Highest UHF Channel
10/26/12: Alchemists Didn't Know That the Atomic Number of Lead Is 82
10/12/12: Phileas Fogg Went Around the World in Eighty Days
10/05/12: Alien and Star Trek: The Motion Picture Were Both Released in 1979
09/29/12: A Typical Tarot Deck Has Seventy-Eight Cards
09/14/12: There Were Seventy-Six Trombones in the Big Parade
08/31/12: Dr. Sheldon Cooper Proved That 73 Is the Best Number
08/24/12: Seventy-Two Degrees Fahrenheit Is Room Temperature
08/17/12: The Coolest Airplane in the World Is the SR-71 Blackbird
08/10/12: Psalms 90:10 Measures a Man's Life as Seventy Years
07/29/12: "68 Publishers" Was an Outlet for Exiled Czech and Slovak Authors
07/13/12: Sixty-Seven Is a Lucky Prime
07/06/12: Order 66 Directed the Clone Troopers to Kill the Jedi
06/22/12: The U.S.S. Enterprise is CVN-65
06/15/12: My First Computer Was a Commodore 64
06/08/12: The Offspring of a Donkey and a Horse Has Sixty-Three Chromosomes
06/01/12: Sixty-Two Scared Sigmund Freud
05/25/12: Boudica Rebelled Against Roman Rule in 61 A.D.
05/18/12: There Are Sixty Carbon Atoms in a Buckyball
05/04/12: I'm Feelin' Groovy, Let's Go to the 59th Street Bridge
04/27/12: There Are Fifty-Eight Spaces in the Game Hexxagon
04/13/12: Fifty-Six Men Signed the Declaration of Independence
04/06/12: Charlton Heston and David Niven Kicked Ass in 55 Days in Peking
03/30/12: There Are Fifty-Four Milligrams of Caffeine in a Can of Mountain Dew
03/23/12: Herbie the Love Bug Is Car Number Fifty-Three
03/16/12: If You Drop a Deck of Cards You Can Play Fifty-Two Pick-Up
03/02/12: Fifty Years Is the Traditional Length of a Jubilee
02/23/12: Forty-Nine Is Seven Squared
02/17/12: Julius Caesar Defeated Pompey in Forty-Eight B.C.
02/10/12: Join the Forty-Seven Society. Or Honor the Forty-Seven Ronin. Or Both.
02/04/12: You Have Forty-Six Chromosomes. Unless You're a Mutant or a Chimpanzee
01/27/12: Billy Dee Williams Drinks Colt Forty-Five, You Better Not Run Out of It
01/20/12: Forty-Four Was Reggie Jackson's Number, Stir the Drink
01/12/12: Forty-Three Is the Atomic Number of Technetium
12/24/11: Forty-Two Is the Answer to Life, the Universe, and Everything
12/16/11: Forty-One Was Brian Piccolo's Number, Sing a Song for Him
12/09/11: Ali Baba Faced Off Against Forty Thieves
11/17/11: The Thirty-Eighth Parallel Separates the Koreas
11/10/11: Thirty-Seven Is the Smallest Non-Supersingular Prime
11/03/11: Thirty-Six Is Six Squared
10/15/11: You Have to Be Thirty-Five to Be President of the United States
10/07/11: Thirty-Four Is a Heptagonal Number
10/02/11: Thirty-Three Was Larry Bird's Number
09/09/11: Thirty-Two Is a Leyland Number Where X = Two and Y = Four
08/26/11: Thirty-One Is a Happy Prime
08/19/11: You Can't Trust Anyone Over Thirty, Except Me
08/12/11: Twenty-Nine? Hey, That's a Prime Number!
08/05/11: February Has Twenty-Eight Days, Usually
07/29/11: Twenty-Seven Should Be Sacred to the Minbari
07/22/11: Twenty-Six Is Only Divisible by Thirteen
07/15/11: A Quarter of a Century
07/08/11: I Was Twenty-Four When I Got Married for the First Time
07/01/11: Twenty-Three Is the Last Prime Number Until Twenty-Nine
06/24/11: Twenty-Two Is the Same Backwards and Forwards
06/17/11: At Twenty-One, the Follow Friday Can Drink Now
06/10/11: D&D Characters Can Buy Arrows by the Score
06/03/11: Does Anyone Else Remember the Song Nineteen?
05/20/11: Eighteen Wheels and a Dozen Roses
05/06/11: Seventeen Is a Prime Number
04/28/11: Louis the Sixteenth
04/21/11: The Ides of Fridays
04/14/11: A Fortnight of Fridays
04/07/11: A Baker's Dozen
03/24/11: This One Goes to Eleven. Well, Five Actually
03/19/11: Decimeters
03/11/11: Number Nine
03/04/11: Aces Over Eights
02/25/11: Sevens
02/17/11: Sixth Time Is the Charm
02/11/11: A Fifth of Following
02/04/11: For the Fourth Time
01/28/11: Again, Again
01/21/11: Again
01/14/11: Virgin Friday

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