I can see it now:
"January 16th, in the year 2001 of our lord Larry, third Tuesday in human-readable format"
(Tip of the hat to the old formal catholic things that always put things in the "in-the-year-of-our-lord, third-Sunday-in eccenumical(?)-times" sort of way.)
Of course, since Date::Manip has so much overhead, we could just put it in epoch time and leave conversion to the readers. 8) Actually, epoch time in an XML tag might be useful.
...you might be eaten by a grue...
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