Questions On Turning Thirty-Two by KlionskyG

Question 13

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Turning 32 means that I have by definition already had my "golden" birthday, the day on which my age in years is equal to the day of the month on which my birthday falls (that is: 12, in my case, because my birthday is 2/12). ※ But my birthday is a palindrome this year! When written in DD/MM/YYYY format as 12/02/2021, it's the same forwards and backwards! ※ Putting these two things together, Charles Darwin and Abraham Lincoln, who were both born on February 12, 1809, are celebrating a sort of palindromic golden birthday as they "turn" 212 on 2/12/2021: a SURPRISE DOUBLE PALINDROME GOLDEN BIRTHDAY!