In 1995, Kiribati decided to move the international date line, so that
all of the constituent islands lie on the same side. As a consequence,
the Easternmost islands are now at GMT+1400.

(There's some controvery about whether they had the right to move the
IDL, but they have the right to decide what time zone they're in. :-)

Would it be painful to make Postgres accept +1400?

-- ams

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