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NUMBERS
LARRY DAVID BRADEN

NUMBERS

Don't forget the red backward seven.
I did nothing to this.


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1moremile14-Jun-2010 00:19
I'll save it for you, Jason..........stand by.........
Jason Anderson24-Jan-2009 14:59
I wish I had seen this picture in time to comment on 7/7/07. Now I'll have to wait 68 years, but it'll be even better. Please don't delete this one.
dan dunn13-Apr-2007 05:44
not 77 Sunset Strip?
Fabienne12-Apr-2007 20:25
excellent. :-))
yomaki12-Apr-2007 16:47
ha! ha! lucky! well seen! great compo and color balnce! V
John Cooper28-Nov-2006 23:28
I do not remember how long I was, but I weighed 9lb 7oz.
1moremile28-Nov-2006 20:08
Were you 17 inches long, 7 pounds, 7 ounces?
John Cooper28-Nov-2006 15:11
I was born at 7 minutes past 7am on the 7th day of the 7th month.
Soenda28-Nov-2006 08:33
I apologize, guys. I just love puzzles. Not enough to solve them the whole way, but part way is fun.
estralita27-Nov-2006 23:37
Great find!
Cindi Smith27-Nov-2006 20:37
7 is the Lord's number.....great find and great shot1
chempilot27-Nov-2006 19:31
i'm guessing they never forget their address....
John Cooper27-Nov-2006 19:12
Lucky, lucky, lucky, lucky, lucky.
Char27-Nov-2006 15:06
Interesting find and terrific composition. V
The Third Side27-Nov-2006 13:00
Wow. An address like that MUST be unique.

(I will NOT embarass myself with any mathematical observations here.)
1moremile27-Nov-2006 10:35
Yikes. Suzanne makes me feel dumb, too.
Dave Beedon27-Nov-2006 08:33
Suddenly I feel dumb. No wonder I got a D in calculus.
Soenda27-Nov-2006 08:00
It's raining sevens...they're dripping down the post itself.

To Dave: Sorry---77,777= 7 x 11,111.

Something funny: 11,111 divided by 19 = 1234.56

I stopped looking for other factors after that. :^D
Dave Beedon27-Nov-2006 06:06
Excellent number documentation, Larry. That number tops the highest address I've ever seen (http://www.pbase.com/listorama/image/67874365 ). I'm too lazy to determine if it is a prime number, but my gut feeling is that it IS a prime number.
Gary Winters27-Nov-2006 05:15
Whoa. WhooooAAAaaa...
David Royall27-Nov-2006 04:29
Now that is a great address.
Wei O'Connell27-Nov-2006 04:24
Pretty lucky location. Great find.
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