Re: weird. . .

From: Ken Sinclair ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 04/06/04-10:54:32 PM Z
Message-id: <a05210601bc99385b8c2d@[]>

John hath asked...

>Hey Gordon, and other Gurus of What Matters--
>Here's an internet paths and protocols question. I'm mightily
>confounded by this. And confounded minds want to know:
>At 8:43 CDT, I sent a post ("Leaf and Canon questions") to the list.
>At 9:12 a response to the referenced post came in from Sam Wang. At
>that time my original post had not shown up in my e-mail files.
>At 9:34 I fired off a reply to Sam's reply, which hit my inbox at 9:35.
>Then--and here's the point--at 10:35 MY ORIGINAL POST (sent at 8:43,
>mind you) popped into my inbox!
>To quote Dorothy: How can this be!?!
>It's all just so. . . uncertain.


Maybe it depends on how your local clock is "set"... If my memory
serves me well enough, the residents of the Province of Saskatchewan
do not "change" their clock forward the one hour for daylight saving
time... like the rest of us have to do.

Received on Tue Apr 6 22:56:24 2004

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