I think it's kind of interesting how we're all in different places yet we've all been brought together. So I figure hey! Let's find out what state or country each person is in and what time it is by you! Where are you, what time is it and what are you doing at the moment (besides reading this)
Getting ready to call it a night and go to sleep
I'm in chicago, it's cold out and i'm playing with my guitar while browsing through different sites..it's 1252am here..i think I may call it a night soon...anything interesting happen to anyone tonight ?
It's Tommorrow Evening here
And Forget the time
I'm not going to look
Because I'm holding a glass of beer!
But Nice Try Anyway!!
Could have wet my lap
As the profile says, Gippsland, Victoria, Australia.
It is 17:19 Saturday 20/11/10.
Massachusetts - 1:55 a.m. now. Time to finish up the nth cup of coffee and get some sleep.
It is 2:25 am and I just finished 47th in a poker tournament of 2500 players. Now I am reading Hub forum.
It's 6.25p.m. Saturday and I'm in Vietnam. I've just had an early dinner but not desert just yet. I have that treat waiting for me!
I am in Uruguay. It is currently 9:33am, Saturday, November 20. Time for breakfast!
Romania , 5:14 p.m. It's already dark outside , kind of rainy ...movie mood
7 in the morning here in Southern China, it has turned colder and overcast so I will have to wear a scarf and jacket when I run her Highness to work on my electric scooter shortly
hey CM....now why doesn't HH ride her own scoot? ha ha....i'm picturing you both zippin' through traffic....your scarves blowin' in the wind...doin' 30 km and sometimes kickin' it up a notch to 40....Sukie yellin' out the odd British slang she's picked up from ya ....
4:00 pm here in The Great Gig In The Sky
back at ya
Actually you got it spot on !!!!
Except maybe the speed, rarely more than a quick trot in the morning rush hour, though that is far quicker than any of the cars or buses.
HRH is too valuable to be allowed such dangerous activities without a 'minder', I am becoming half Chinese I think ! and anyway I usually have mornings free so gives me a hilarious run out around town, on the way back I stop off for a bit to watch the group dancing all over the place, the retired folk swimming in the Li river under the bridge, fishermen, odd peopole washing or washing their clothes in the river - you know interesting stuff that you don't get when so many rules and laws stop you
Sounds interesting CM. You still enjoying it there?
Not that I wanna hijack this thread!
Don't wanta hiya jack the thread huh?
When have you ever seen a kiwi let go of the worm in it's beak.. just because another bird had it's foot on the worm?
What are you doing back in Nam TE?
Did you notice that NZ has slipped back into the sea a fair bit since you were home before?
that would be an interesting ride to and fro....people watching...lookin' at life....missed you again CM....
and....I pictured the ride right did I....
"Where are you and what time is it?"
See my avatar...
Northeast U.S., and it's 3:39 a.m. (way, way, earlier than I wanted to get up on a Sunday morning. Oh well, the moral to that story is "never go to sleep at 10:00 pm on a Saturday night.
It's three in the afternoon here in Cologne, Germany. I'm back on the Web after a 24 hour break - my electricity was off ... long story ...
Hi Richard! Yes, the UK is one hour behind us. A flight to London takes exactly one hour, so when I fly there, I arrive at exactly the same time as I left Cologne.
Hey Camlo, I bet it's weird arriving at one location the same time you left another. It's almost like teleporting! lol
It is weird, but it's good, because it's like catching up with a lost or wasted hour.
Yeah but it would take 2 hours of your life for you to get home, so you would lose an hour.
at the office and its now 11:41 AM!!
(stomachs' bell ringing!! Lunch time!!! )
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