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To turn 12 on 12/12/12
Wednesday is the last time most people living today will see a repeating day, month and year — 12/12/12. A mark of luck? One young man who is celebrating a milestone birthday on 12/12/12 is Wil Hiday. The Vienna, Va., boy turns 12 on Wednesday, and he planned to kick off the momentous occasion with a midnight meal at IHOP.
Wil Hiday, center, confers with mom Kim and sister Chase, 15, as they pick out donuts after school at Dunkin' Donuts on Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2012 in Vienna, Va. Wil is going to bring the donuts to school Wednesday, when he turns 12 years old on 12/12/12. Tonight the family is going to celebrate at IHOP at the stroke of midnight. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)