A Week

A week isn't too long, when you think about it.

It's 7 days,
which adds up to a measly 168 hours.
168 hours, of course, is 10.080 minutes,
which breaks down to 604.800 seconds.
Sixhundredandfourthousandeighthundred seconds.

I'm sure that sounds like much more than it really feels like.



Blogger Frida said...

"And so as soon as I knew I couldn't see it, I began to wonder what time it was. Father said that constant speculation regarding the position of mechanical hands on an arbitrary dial which is a symptom of mind-function. Excrement Father said like sweating. And I saying All right. Wonder. Go on and wonder."
-William Faulkner, The Sound and the Fury

February 05, 2005 5:08 pm  
Blogger Ragnfrid Trohaug said...

Martin : - Like an eternity
Ginny: Funnily enough I sat with the very same Faulkner book, the same day as you mentioned it in your post.
Martin: Nytt fra ditt hjemland, sitat: - Det er ikke ræt TRENDY at læse bøger. Nu skal vi gøre sådan at det blir TRENDY å ha et hjemmebibliotek.

February 06, 2005 6:54 pm  

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