Itrade wrote:Haha, when this thread was made I was already 26 hours into 2009.
Happy New Year everyone, and yay for timezones for helping me get here before all you Euopeans and Americans and also for making New Year's Eve happen 25 times each year!
(Is it 25 times? I think it's 25 times, because India has that weird half-hour timezone. Also, when do astronauts on the international space station celebrate the new year? The mind boggles!)
26... Newfoundland, here in Canada has a 1/2 hour time zone, too...
Also, the ISS is on Zulu time (that's GMT to you non-military types). Their New Year is the same as London, England's
EDIT: Oh... and Happy New Year