The debate is underway on what to call the first decade mark of the new century that we'll soon be ringing in.
You may remember when 1999 turned into 2000, naming the year the long way -- two-thousand one, two-thousand two -- became pretty much standard.
But not everyone seems to be in agreement that is the best way to continue. Some people believe twenty-ten, twenty-eleven and so on would be the best way to go. Others firmly believe we need to continue the way we've been doing it.
While there are many more important things to think about, maybe this little debate can take your mind off of all of that other stuff for a little while.
So what is it, two-thousand ten or twenty-ten?
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