“So the highest bid in thread at 11: 59pm EST is the winning bid; I will comment to all winning bidders to verify that they won.”
“A quick translation of the most recent 3 as of 11: 04 PM EST is below”
“Take it from the editor who lives in EST, writes for PST, and has tried every trick in the book to try and make the difference into a simple maths trick, mnemonic or other “simple” mental device.”
“What's more, whenever you create an event, it gives you the option of specifying a timezone for it and adjusts it on your behalf -- so if you create a 12PM appointment while in EST and specify that its timezone is PST, iCal will move the event back to 9AM for you.”
“EST, which is placing unemployed young people in jobs as part of a government initiative, said nearly two-thirds of companies rely on informal on-the-job training to cut costs.”
“I can still remember my mother coming back to our apartment after one of her marathon Erhard Seminar Training, otherwise known as EST, weekends and exclaiming such cultish bullshit as, "Be here now!”
“Virginia, the state Obama wants - and in my eyes, needs - to win, closes its polls at 8pm EST, which is 9am here in Chongqing.”
“It occurs at the exact time when the Sun enters Capricorn (the winter solstice) at 3:12 PST or 6:12 EST, which is also numerologically perfect, made of 1, 2, 3, or 6 (2 x 3).”
“On Saturday, Topps recalled 21.7 million pounds of beef manufactured over the last year and bearing a “sell by” or “best used” date between Sept. 25, 2007 and Sept. 25, 2008, along with the USDA designation EST 9748.”
“That recall involved beef, mostly frozen hamburger patties, manufactured over the last year and bearing a “sell by” or “best used” date between Sept. 25, 2007 and Sept. 25, 2008 along with the USDA designation EST 9748.”
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