On 30 June 2014 19:29, Kerim Aydin <ke...@u.washington.edu> wrote:
>                        Nobody I know uses it like that. If someone
> tells me at midnight tomorrow, I understand "tonight". If e actually
> meant "tomorrow night at midnight", e should have clarified. Not that
> I do much at midnight most days, but eh.
> More arguments: I think that if we're debating about whether it's 0:00
> or 24:00, it's not really well defined at all. "Should be considered
> as 24:00"? Maybe. "Is defined as 24:00"? I don't think so. Maybe
> there's a CfJ somewhere that could establish precedent, but my DB is
> still offline and being at work I'd rather not start going through the
> DB dump manually.
> Then again, here I am writing arguments for fun, so I guess that's not
> much of an excuse. =P

I don't recall writing this. As further proof that I did not, I have
never had a "DB", and I could scarcely imagine stooping so low as to
go through a "DB dump". (joking, but I'm serious in that they are
someone else's gratuitous arguments)


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