So, here in Oregon, USA, it's Friday the 13th - and, we have a full moon, to boot. In many societies, both of those would portend of doom. Baseball players tend to be a suspicious lot, so if you're a baseball player, you should stop reading now. Everyone else, keep going and I'll explain why there's nothing to worry about.
Well, the first reason that there's nothing to worry about, is that superstitions are really a bunch of hooey.
Beyond that, it's important to note that we speak hexadecimal here. That means it's really not Friday the 13th. It's actually Friday, the 0x0D. It won't be the true 13th until next Thursday, and there's no superstitions that I know of about Thursday, the 13th.
As far as the full moon goes... There does seem to be a certain amount of anecdotal evidence suggesting that there's more looniness when the moon is full. However, looniness isn't necessarily a bad thing. If you're an officer of the law and your job is to protect the world from 2:00 am two-beer-heroes, then most certainly, extra care must be taken.
On the other hand, in fields requiring creativity, a little looniness can actually help the cause. Tesla clearly had his looniness, and look what he did: pretty much invent the modern world. Einstein? Yeah; a good kind of loony too.
So there you go. Revel in the potential for extra creativity. Don't worry about Friday, the 13th, because it's not the 13th. And, don't worry about the full moon either, because, why worry?
I'm certainly happy I live in a split-level head