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    Quote Originally Posted by Emrak
    Is the timeline still accurate? Is this still a go?
    It sure is - we're just finalising the website.


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    Sweet! Thanks. I'll be honest, I have no idea how to understand GMT +- 12. I even tried using converters online. What time does it start in EST?

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    GMT -5. or 7 hrs. before GMT +-12
    Aliens.... Go fig?

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    Quote Originally Posted by S Ferguson
    GMT -5. or 7 hrs. before GMT +-12
    Dear God, I hope the website displays date/time in a users time zone lol

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    Nope, you just go out and buy 12 wall clocks and set and label them properly, silly .
    Aliens.... Go fig?

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    Quote Originally Posted by S Ferguson
    GMT -5. or 7 hrs. before GMT +-12
    7 hours later than GMT - 12, but 17 hours earlier than GMT +12.

    Essentially, the early hours of the Friday and late on the Sunday for people in EST. The exact times will depend on when the first and last GMs run their games.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Trenloe
    7 hours later than GMT - 12, but 17 hours earlier than GMT +12.

    Essentially, the early hours of the Friday and late on the Sunday for people in EST. The exact times will depend on when the first and last GMs run their games.
    I'll definitely be running late if it's 17 hrs. earlier!
    Aliens.... Go fig?

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    First post updated with timeanddate.com entries.


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    EST is 5 hours ahead of GMT, so all you have to do is subtract 5 hours from a time posted as GMT.

    Here's an easy to use converter, just type in the time posted and it will give you your time. http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trenloe
    First post updated with timeanddate.com entries.
    Gosh, you have access to the neatest links . When are we going to start posting our games we're running?
    Aliens.... Go fig?

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