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3 Responses to “Jet Lag: Which country am I in today?”

  1. Niriel

    Wow, I reallize I can’t read such clocks any longer :/… I don’t want to convert two angles into a time, I don’t want to wonder if it’s morning or afternoon, I just want to know what time it is. I suppose the angle could have a meaning if it was correlated to the phase or Earth during its rotation, but since such clocks have 12 and not 24 hours, it doesn’t help. I stick to digital 24-hours clocks :p. Furthermore, digital clocks are smaller and I can stack a lot of them in the corner of my screen :).

    Brazil, Greenland? WTF you’re doing there? You should be in Berlin. Unless she made you watch another latino movie…


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