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    I posted yesterday and the post date said the 26th and it was the 25th. I went and checked the web and found out I was a -6 not a +6 from GMT.

    If you post late in the afternoon it may show the next day- go to your profile page and change the timezone to a minus instead of a plus.

    I know there are a few that need to look at this as I seen a few post yesterday dated today. Here is the site I used. Just click on your state

    http://wwp.greenwichmeantime.com/tim.../usa/index.htm

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    Mustang, you do good research Bro...

    Happy Holidays to ya'll, and have a SAFE New Year......

    If you must drink, please have a designated driver.

    Ya'll will get home that evening if ya'll have a driver. Instead of spending the night in the pokey and spending a lot of to go to court for arraignment the next day.......

    Take that from a reliable source.

    I never liked taking them in, but in some cases, it saved a bunch of lives, and in other cases it cost a bunch of lives. It all depended on when we happened on the scene, before the accident, or after........



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    and if you don't know night from day, this neat little site will help.


    http://www.time.gov/timezone.cgi?Central/d/-6/java
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    Quote Originally Posted by R J
    If you must drink, please have a designated driver.

    Ya'll will get home that evening if ya'll have a driver. Instead of spending the night in the pokey and spending a lot of to go to court for arraignment the next day.......

    Take that from a reliable source.

    I never liked taking them in, but in some cases, it saved a bunch of lives, and in other cases it cost a bunch of lives. It all depended on when we happened on the scene, before the accident, or after........
    I quit drinking on Dec 24, 1994 and have been sober since then- guess I will be the designated driver

    (Friend of Bill W)

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