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Re: 0600h GMT on Wednesday 29 = 11PM on Tuesday 28th USA Mountain Time

Mon Feb 27, 2012 8:11 pm

This might help others get the announce time correct at least in the USA.  Assuming I am correct....

Regards...

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Re: 0600h GMT on Wednesday 29 = 11PM on Tuesday 28th USA Mountain Time

Mon Feb 27, 2012 8:26 pm

10 PM on The Coast.  I should be able to stay up that late

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Re: 0600h GMT on Wednesday 29 = 11PM on Tuesday 28th USA Mountain Time

Mon Feb 27, 2012 9:37 pm

Midnight US Central Time
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Re: 0600h GMT on Wednesday 29 = 11PM on Tuesday 28th USA Mountain Time

Mon Feb 27, 2012 10:11 pm

0100 US Eastern Time Ouch.

But, I do often wake up to drain the lizard ~1:30 to 2:00 so...

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Re: 0600h GMT on Wednesday 29 = 11PM on Tuesday 28th USA Mountain Time

Mon Feb 27, 2012 10:21 pm

Hey! After extensive calculations I've just worked out that 0600 GMT is 6AM UK time!!

Ironically living in any other country than the UK would be more convenient

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Re: 0600h GMT on Wednesday 29 = 11PM on Tuesday 28th USA Mountain Time

Mon Feb 27, 2012 11:33 pm

I am going to have to stay up late Tuesday night and see if I can snag something good.  Although, I think it would be funny if at that time there was a big message that said... "Thanks for staying up late suckers, now go to bed ;)"

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Re: 0600h GMT on Wednesday 29 = 11PM on Tuesday 28th USA Mountain Time

Mon Feb 27, 2012 11:42 pm

Jessie said:


I am going to have to stay up late Tuesday night and see if I can snag something good.  Although, I think it would be funny if at that time there was a big message that said... "Thanks for staying up late suckers, now go to bed ;)"



... and at the same time, the page uploads a small, hidden piece of code onto all PCs MACs, Linux's, etc. visiting the page, disabling the F5 key or equivalent on all browsers...

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Re: 0600h GMT on Wednesday 29 = 11PM on Tuesday 28th USA Mountain Time

Mon Feb 27, 2012 11:53 pm

So someone said its 10pm on the coast what coast? Im on the west coast the conversion i looked up said 11pm, ive always heard pacific and mountain lumped togather.

Can someone please clear up what time to be at the pc if were in southern california, im pretty sure its 11 but now im a bit confused. Guess it doesnt matter im at my computer all day/night anyways but still...

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Re: 0600h GMT on Wednesday 29 = 11PM on Tuesday 28th USA Mountain Time

Tue Feb 28, 2012 12:14 am

California time http://www.timeanddate.com/wor.....html?n=137

Mountain Time is an hour ahead of the west coast. I live in south eastern BC Canada (just north of Montana) and in almost the only area of our Province that is on Mountain Time the rest is Pacific. Most of my family and friends are closer to the west coast and in Pacific Time - and they always call me an hour too late

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Re: 0600h GMT on Wednesday 29 = 11PM on Tuesday 28th USA Mountain Time

Tue Feb 28, 2012 12:15 am

You can use Wolfram|Alpha for this. Type in "2012-02-29 0600 GMT in <place I live>".

e.g. http://www.wolframalpha.com/in.....+vancouver

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Re: 0600h GMT on Wednesday 29 = 11PM on Tuesday 28th USA Mountain Time

Tue Feb 28, 2012 5:23 am

rwgast said:


So someone said its 10pm on the coast what coast?


This is a reference to the movie The Mirror Crack'd (1980).  Tony Curtis plays a Hollywood producer making a movie in England.  At one point he picks up the phone to call Hollywood long distance and tells the operator: "Get me the Coast!"  His next line is "What do you mean, what coast?"

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