CHAT: Timezones was The English/French counting system
|From:||Costentin Cornomorus <elemtilas@...>|
|Date:||Monday, September 15, 2003, 22:33|
--- "Mark J. Reed" <markjreed@...> wrote:
> one of several timekeeping idiosyncracies that
> I'd just as soon do
> without, including daylight savings time and
> time zones in general.
Out of curiosity, what would you replace them
with? Time zones, that is.
> I mean, as long as my boss and I agree on what
> time I'm supposed to
> show up for a meeting (which is admittedly an
> open question if it's
> at half [past] the hour :) ), does it really
> matter if we call it 2:30 PM EDT, 1330 EST, or
> 1830 UTC?
It does if I'm in Washington, waiting three hours
for your sorry ass to schlep on over from the
- Per la cista ciwtate, et-z-el pays amb la, et per y chascyn encoleuwack; et
per el nusteor Basele; et per el nusteor Teruin GERONTIO; et per y Senat la
nusteor nacièn; et per y legiun Roman; et per l' armaza navea; et per l'
armaza aerea; et per y thot ke sirviont al nusteor nacièn
- A Ddon ten mezer!
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