People seem to say "Happy New Year" for the first 14 or so days of a new year. The 14 days equate to 3.84 percent of the days in the year. This made me think. As we came into a new millennium in either 2000 or 2001 (depending on how pedantic you are) for how long would we continue to say "Happy New Millennium" if we used a similar ratio to the 14 days for the new year? The answer is 38.4 years. So, HAPPY NEW MILLENNIUM!!! Can you tell I'm bored at work?