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Someone has been hitting the chocolate eggs a bit soon.
 
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On a side note,
I can tolerate my easter bunny having antlers...
But, how can a 'bunny' have 4 ears ??

O Darwin! where art thou ?
 
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This thread is too meaningful for "Meaningless Drivel"?
How can that be? Who did this?

Me and the pink eared Moose want to complain.

Or perhaps as @salvin points out, the four eared Moose with two pink ears.....
 
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Is it just me or have the ears miraculously disappeared ?

Where is that darn pesky fly ?
 
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salvin francis wrote:Is it just me or have the ears miraculously disappeared ?

No. I guess you're now out of your long weekend hangover!
 
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salvin francis wrote:Is it just me or have the ears miraculously disappeared ?

Its no longer Easter where I am. Don't know if the logo change was based on UTC, user local time or something else
 
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Pushkar Choudhary wrote:No. I guess you're now out of your long weekend hangover!


ye ye it does happen a lot
 
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Pat Farrell wrote:
salvin francis wrote:Is it just me or have the ears miraculously disappeared ?

Its no longer Easter where I am. Don't know if the logo change was based on UTC, user local time or something else

Midnight JavaRanch time. (aka Mountain Standard Time for the United States)
 
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salvin francis wrote:I can tolerate my easter bunny having antlers...
But, how can a 'bunny' have 4 ears ??


That's genetic engineering for you... it's like programming, you don't always get it right the first time.
 
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Midnight JavaRanch time. (aka Mountain Standard Time for the United States)

So the Moose doesn't respect Daylight Savings Time? Wow.
 
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Actually, JavaRanch time is currently Mountain Daylight Time, not Mountain Standard Time. But it's a slow process to educate the masses. Probably simpler to move the server to Arizona, where Mountain Time means Mountain Standard Time, always, and they don't truck with that daylight savings nonsense.

Of course, then they'd still need to educate, well, almost everybody else. Starting with folks in Great Britain who think they are using GMT, not understanding what BST means. Pathetic, really.
 
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Time does not exist. There is no such thing as time.
Clocks measure themselves not time.
Thus proven that since time does not exist, Mountain Daylight Time, not Mountain Standard Time both don't exist.
you don't exist, I don't exist, We all are non existent in the given parallax of this version of the universe...


Yawn, I wish i understood what i just typed
 
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Mike Simmons wrote:Actually, JavaRanch time is currently Mountain Daylight Time, not Mountain Standard Time.

Point taken.
 
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