At 01:02 AM,
It will be 01:02:03 04/05/06 for exactly 1 second. Won't happen again for another thousand years, so enjoy it while it lasts!!
What if you use a correction factor? :wink2:
Holy shit you're right. Guess it's time to bust out the vodka.
awsome, you bring whatever and I'll bring the girls. PARTAY
Sweet I never thought I would see the day:smoke:
Actually it will happen again in 12 hours from the fact. So at 1:02 pm enjoy the fact that it will be 01/02/03 04/05/06 and its so much better to have an excuse to get wasted early in the day.:laughing: :laughing:
That rpm needle long exposure effect is awesome. I might have to try that. :thumbs:
What if your in the military!?
then it would be 13:02:03 04/05/06
Or if you're a cop, work in many branches of the government or live in most countries other than the US. It's not military time, it's 24 hour time. The US military just uses it and as a matter of fact is using it less. You see, you've already learned something today... My time anyway.
I saw that on Myspace and posted a bulletin in the calendar section a
couple of hours ago, pretty crazy stuff lol
I'm going to do that tomorrow afternoon too, just drop everything, and start congratulating people :laughing:
better do it fast because you only have 1 second...
Aww...Never thought about that...eh, I'll work something out :laughing:
WH000000 It's time here:
:mrgreen: :smoke: :hi: :clap: :thumbs: etc..lol
OHHH YEAH!! lol
I'll be waiting till next month, as we put our dates DD/MM/YY
Crazy aussies with your crazy dates.
We do that too....so it's a "Crazy Brit" thing, too lol.
I use 24hr time, too....just seems more professional. Also, I have to use it in my job....infact, any job that requires report/statement writing or logging should use the 24hr clock!
don't try to cash in on our craziness ... you're not as cool as us :orglaugh:
There are some places of business I've seen that use a 24hr clock and have
a very strange tendancy to add 'a.m.' or 'p.m' to it, just so that everyone
is DOUBLE (or just really really)sure that they meant 1900 in the evening
and not 1900 in the morning.
I just slap one of these on my wrists and when I need to know the time I
face slightly east of north.
That kind of stuff drives me nuts. People say "Meet me at 2 PM in the afternoon". Damn. I thought you wanted to meet at 2 PM in the morning. :doh:
it happens again twelve hours later. party at my place!
Hey, it was our crazyness in the first place lol.....afterall, it's you
guys who have the Union Jack in your flag! :laughing:
They'd have to be stupid to think that lol. I just say like '1300hrs'.....afterall, that's why we use the 24hr clock, so people everywhere know instantly whether we're talking about am or pm!
I'm sure you've pulled Wally up on that one before lol...Crazy Aussie! :laughing: