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Could you please tell me what language the old scroll poster is written in and a translation if possible?

Here’s the text of the old scroll poster:

Aliquam condimentum tempor ultricies. Nam nec turpis ut neque finibus eleifend vitae pretium dui. Phasellus tincidunt augue ac porttitor ornare. Phasellus in nulla erat. Cras rutrum lacinia molestie. Sed volutpat, odio at lobortis pretium, lacus orci viverra neque, ultricies placerat est ex at dolor. Maecenas euismod sit amet ligula vitae dignissim. Pellentesque eu fermentum ante, sed rutrum nisl. In eleifend nec sapien et porta. Maecenas ac accumsan orci.

They are randomly rearranged Latin text from “de Finibus Bonorum et Malorum” (The Extremes of Good and Evil) by Cicero, written in 45 BC. You can read more about the use of “Lorem ipsum” text here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lorem_ipsum

The last sentence “Inviso DayOfTheWeek.org” means “Visit DayOfTheWeek.org”

If you want the literal translation, you can copy and paste it to https://translate.google.com/ and select Latin as source.

Why does your website say I’m one year younger when my birthday is today?

The web server is using UTC timezone on all time and date computations. If you are a visitor on a different timezone, for example South East Asia using GMT+8, then there will be a big difference between you and the server. This is the reason why the birthday computation is off and a day is still missing to complete the year.

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