This is the Last Palindrome Week in Our Lifetime
A palindrome is a word, phrase or sentence that reads the same backwards as it does forward.
For instance, "A nut for a jar of tuna" is a palindrome.
Dates can also be palindromes, such as today's date 9/10/19. Actually, the next 10 days dates will be palindrome dates -- the last of this century and, likely, of our lifetime.
Some other palindromes -- just for fun -- are:
"Never odd or even."
"Do geese see god?"
"Borrow or rob?"
"Was it a car or a cat I saw?"