13 October 2006


ask yourself:
what is different?
what is the same?
what is prevalent?

· Fear of Friday the 13th dates back to Nordic Mythology. Many of their thirteenth Gods met with violent deaths, such as Loki, the trickster. · A witches coven consists of 13 members. · Hotels rarely have a room number 13. Usually it is called 12a or 14. Same with floors of buildings and the elevators without a #13 button. Highways sometimes will skip exit 13 altogether also. · There are 13 steps leading to the gallows. · 13 knots in a hangman's noose. · 13 feet which the guillotine blade falls. · The driver of Princess Diana hit pillar #13 at Place de l'Alma when she was killed in Paris, France. · Trisadekaphobia is the technical name for fear of Friday the 13th. · Epluribus Unum has 13 letters.

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