Old 12-08-2008, 06:41 PM   #1
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I dont have any. Do you?
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I dont have any. Do you?
ROFLMAO! Now that's funny!!!
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Old 12-08-2008, 06:58 PM   #3
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ROFLMAO! Now that's funny!!!
We must always try to find the humor in any situation. God has a sense of humor for sure. I am reminded of that each time I look in a mirror.
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Old 12-08-2008, 07:01 PM   #4
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Would a picture taken 3PM PST qualify as it was 4PM MST when I took it?

What about a picture taken 5PM MDT but with a camera that I hadn't reset the internal clock on?
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Would a picture taken 3PM PST qualify as it was 4PM MST when I took it?

What about a picture taken 5PM MDT but with a camera that I hadn't reset the internal clock on?
depends on if you are on DST or not. Also the photo needs to be 4:40, so dig thru all your EXIF's
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Old 12-08-2008, 07:06 PM   #6
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Here, this is close enough.

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depends on if you are on DST or not. Also the photo needs to be 4:40, so dig thru all your EXIF's
Isn't MDT shorthand for DST in the Mountain Zone?

We need to nail down our terms before we can move forward.
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Old 12-08-2008, 07:13 PM   #8
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Is there an easy way to look for this? Otherwise it seems like a lot of work to open every photo to look for this...
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Now, if I did my math correctly over the time zones from what the camera said, and how far it is off real time, this picture was taken at 4:40 Mountain Time:

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Isn't MDT shorthand for DST in the Mountain Zone?

We need to nail down our terms before we can move forward.

I thought it was a pesticide...........
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Is there an easy way to look for this? Otherwise it seems like a lot of work to open every photo to look for this...
Come on John. Where is you sense of adventure.??
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Now, if I did my math correctly over the time zones from what the camera said, and how far it is off real time, this picture was taken at 4:40 Mountain Time:

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Was it a Tuesday??
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June 23, 2008 was a Monday.
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Old 12-08-2008, 07:20 PM   #14
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Was it a Tuesday??
Monday. Ooooh, so close!
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Was it a Tuesday??
Dangit!!! No it was a Monday, I just checked the EXIF data. However, that could be wrong, so when I get the camera (I dont use it anymore) I will check.
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Come on guys, can't I get one post in?
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4:40?? Are you serious? This thread would have been MUCH more entertaining had you gone with 4:20.
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4:40?? Are you serious? This thread would have been MUCH more entertaining had you gone with 4:20.
It is easier to say 4:40 then it is to say 4:20 whilst your tongue is in your cheek
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It is easier to say 4:40 then it is to say 4:20 whilst your tongue is in your cheek
Not if you're burnin' one. Not that I condone that or anything.
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This is as far back in my archives I'm willing to go, but if rounding to the nearest 5 minute increment is acceptible, here's my winner:

Taken on Tuesday, 20 May 08 at 1737L CST (1637L MST):

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I think the fact I found this takes whoring to a whole new level.

Who can beat my -3 minutes of slop?
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Who can beat my -3 minutes of slop?
I'd look through my pics right now, but RP seems to have taken a dump and I can't view any of my shots. WTF?
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Old 12-08-2008, 09:43 PM   #22
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I'd look through my pics right now, but RP seems to have taken a dump and I can't view any of my shots. WTF?
Mike is re-screening them.
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Old 12-08-2008, 09:44 PM   #23
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I actually do alot of railfanning around 4:40, just not on tuesdays, if you edit the title to Wednesday or Saturdays and EST it would work well for me.
4:34 EST Saturday
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4:35 EST Saturday
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Even though this one isnt in the DB, 4:38 EST Tuesday, so close!
http://rrpicturearchives.net/showPic...spx?id=1322481

Anyways thanks for another pointless chance to whore my pictures around
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Closest I could come, four minutes off... but on a Tuesday, and I forgot to adjust my EXIF data!
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Old 12-08-2008, 10:37 PM   #25
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Exif data says 4:35PM but my logs show 4:40PM on a Saturday. Does that count?
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