A twitchy anonymous reporter pointed out that our form validation code is flaky. He's not wrong. But at least it can report time without needing emoticons! :-3

That same anon sent us the following, explaining "Folks at Twitch are very brave. So brave, they wrote their own time math."



Secret Agent Sjoerd reports "There was no train two minutes ago so I presume I should have caught it in an alternate universe." Denver is a key nexus in the multiverse, according to Myka.



Chilly Dallin H. is a tiny bit heated about ambiguous abbreviations - or at least about the software that interprets them with inadequate context. "With a range that short, I'd hate to take one of the older generation planes." At least it might be visible!



Phoney François P. "I was running a return of a phone through a big company website that shall not be named. Thankfully, they processed my order on April 1st 2024, or 2024年4月1日 in Japanese. There is a slight delay though as it shows 14月2024, which should be the 14th month of 2024. Dates are hard. Date formatting is complicated. For international date formatting, please come back later."



At some time in the past, the original Adam R. encountered a time slip. We're just getting to see it even now. "GitHub must be operating on a different calendar than the Gregorian. Comments made just 4 weeks ago [today is 2023-02-07] are being displayed as made last year."



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