i agree with amy: “EST” is what really makes this one.
Do you know where this originated? Perhaps somewhere near the border for time zones, where some students might have their clocks on central time? (I experienced this when living in Indiana for a bit)
Well, maybe someone DID use “Well, it’s past 1:00pm for me, i work with gmt only!” or similar as an excuse to be there.
I attended Purdue North Central back in 1998-2000, before the new Daylight Savings Time law for Indiana was passed. While the college (and my home) was on CST, some students were actually coming from the EST time-zone, since it was the next county over, and the next county south too.
Basically, what Michael said.
Hmm… wonder if they’ll update the sign when EDT kicks in?
Ok, when I first read that I wasn’t sure if it was “EST” for estimated or Eastern Standard Time – I’m still not sure!
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