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Re: time stamps tomorrow?

adavis@netpci.com wrote:
> Some files at llug.sep.bnl.gov/pub/debian/Incoming are stamped on 10 January
> 1998.  As I write, nowhere on Earth is it now 10 January.  

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llug:~> date
Fri Jan  9 09:15:07 EST 1998

Hrm.. that must be the way it was uploaded.

Tim (let's do the time warp again)

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