Today is my birthday and today I turned 30 years old.
Not sure what I can say about that, other than I am 30.
I can, if I want, go to Wikipedia and source some interesting tidbits on 30, such as:
- 30 is the sum of the first four squares, which makes it a square pyramidal number.
- The atomic number of zinc is 30
- Messier object M30, a magnitude 8.5 globular cluster in the constellation Pegasus
- I can now become a U.S. Senator
- The code for international direct dial phone calls to Greece
- The designation of Interstate 30, a freeway that runs from Texas to Arkansas (image above)
- The designation of U.S. Route 30, a highway that runs from Oregon to New Jersey
- The number of tracks on The Beatles’ eponymous album, usually known as The White Album
- I am still a young adult
- 30 is one of the more common numbers worn by hockey goaltenders (along with 31).
- Plus lots of events happened on March 22
So I turned 30 today.
Looking at my life at 30, I am pretty happy – I am very lucky.
Happy BD buddy!
You are a geeky infant adult, you’ll be young at 35 🙂
Oh my, I turned 30 eight years ago! Well, time flies!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!!!!!! hope u enjoy it
Thanks guys. Man, look how Twitter hijacks all the comments from here. 🙂
I still feel like I am in High School, kinda..
I could not find the below link when you originally posted about trying to install a child gate on a banister.
I also have banisters and needed to use a kit for my son (he just turned 1). Best of all, I installed it in such a way that it can be easily removed once we don’t need a gate anymore. The kit has several different installation options. Each kit is designed for 1 gate.
Happy Birthday, Barry!
Thirty years of age is called “Misoji” in Japanese.
Miso means 30 and ji means road.
@Jacob, thanks! I do have that kit, just need an extension from them, which is in the mail.
@Kenichi, very interesting. Thanks for sharing!
“I can, if I want, go to Wikipedia and source some interesting tidbits on 30”
What? Wikipedia? What about Wolfram Alpha?!
Tamar, you know how I think. I did sneak a peak at Wolfram as well. Good stuff.