Here it is 9/9/09, a number Pythagoras noted as having unique properties.

Did you know that the sum of two digits resulting from nine multiplied any other single digit number will always equal nine?

So 9×3=27 and 2+7=9 or 9×6=54, and 5+4=9 and so on. Or multiply nine by any two, three or four digit number, and sum of those answers will also break down to 9. (9×87==783, then 7+8+3=18, and 1+8=9).

Also Sept. 9th happens to be the 252nd say of the year, yup – 2+5+2=9! Anyway – enough math!!!!

Cheers,
Ian