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So I know it got moved to July 6th 00:00 UTC, is that AM or PM?

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  • douggie123douggie123 Member Posts: 1,316
    Use Google or go back to maths
  • ZeroAwooZeroAwoo Member Posts: 10

    It's 7pm CT/8pm EST today, ignore the unhelpful rude comment.

  • Dwight_ConfusionDwight_Confusion Member Posts: 1,650

    Why is this so confusing?

    2x starts in 1 hour and 7 minutes.

  • NoodleNoodle Member Posts: 103

    The event should start in one hour.

  • Swiftblade131Swiftblade131 Member Posts: 2,050

    @ZeroAwoo said:
    It's 7pm CT/8pm EST today, ignore the unhelpful rude comment.

    Thank you

  • ShipthebreadShipthebread Member Posts: 415

    @ZeroAwoo said:
    It's 7pm CT/8pm EST today, ignore the unhelpful rude comment.

    How is the other comment rude. Are we really not educating people to the point where we can't understand how to tell time? How can 00:00:00 ever be anything but AM?

  • ShadoureonShadoureon Member Posts: 493

    @Shipthebread said:

    @ZeroAwoo said:
    It's 7pm CT/8pm EST today, ignore the unhelpful rude comment.

    How is the other comment rude. Are we really not educating people to the point where we can't understand how to tell time? How can 00:00:00 ever be anything but AM?

    Because there are different timezones you dumbass. Midnight in the States doesnt mean its also midnight everywhere else. Its not hard to understand time itself but when people write EST it becomes a whole different deal.

  • ShipthebreadShipthebread Member Posts: 415
    edited July 2018

    @Shadoureon said:

    @Shipthebread said:

    @ZeroAwoo said:
    It's 7pm CT/8pm EST today, ignore the unhelpful rude comment.

    How is the other comment rude. Are we really not educating people to the point where we can't understand how to tell time? How can 00:00:00 ever be anything but AM?

    Because there are different timezones you dumbass. Midnight in the States doesnt mean its also midnight everywhere else. Its not hard to understand time itself but when people write EST it becomes a whole different deal.

    Are you the dumbest human alive?

    OP's question

    So I know it got moved to July 6th 00:00 UTC, is that AM or PM?

    I ask you again numnuts, how can 00:00 be pm or did you also fail grade 1?

  • Swiftblade131Swiftblade131 Member Posts: 2,050

    Okay, with the AM and PM part out of the way, my next question is this.

    Is it really still today which is the 5th, or is it tomorrow, which is the 6th as the OFFICIAL cutout time states.

    Or, is the 6th release time, specifically for Europe?

  • ShipthebreadShipthebread Member Posts: 415
    edited July 2018

    @Swiftblade131 said:
    Okay, with the AM and PM part out of the way, my next question is this.

    Is it really still today which is the 5th, or is it tomorrow, which is the 6th as the OFFICIAL cutout time states.

    Or, is the 6th release time, specifically for Europe?

    Days end at 23:59:59 so today is the 5th. UTC is X hours ahead of your current time zone. Check Google to see. So when UTC hits 00:00:00 which would make it officially the 6th of July, the event starts. So as long as you are in North America it will be the 5th at X time.

    You haven't seen PST, EST, GMT? If someone puts a time and EST it means the time is based on Eastern Time, PST is Pacific time. Coordinated Universal Time = UTC

  • Tzeentchling9Tzeentchling9 Member Posts: 1,796

    @Shipthebread said:

    @ZeroAwoo said:
    It's 7pm CT/8pm EST today, ignore the unhelpful rude comment.

    How is the other comment rude. Are we really not educating people to the point where we can't understand how to tell time? How can 00:00:00 ever be anything but AM?

    Because there are different timezones you dumbass. Midnight in the States doesnt mean its also midnight everywhere else. Its not hard to understand time itself but when people write EST it becomes a whole different deal.

    Feel free to give examples of any timeszones where midnight is in the PM.
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