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11 years 8 months ago #24785 by witheze
I have just subscribed to a day view...testing the water......can I use that day any day or today only.....if it's successful on my slow broadband its much cheaper to get a year pass I know. And can someone help with the time difference.....how many hours is Kentucky behind us?

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11 years 8 months ago #349228 by spoook
At 10.15 am it was

The Current Time in Eastern Kentucky is:
Friday 10/1/2010 5:15 pm EDT

The Current Time in Western Kentucky is:
Friday 10/1/2010 4:17 pm CDT

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11 years 8 months ago #349230 by Stikkibeek
Kentucky straddles two time zones (Eastern and Central) so it's important to know if you want Eastern or Western Ky time

The Eastern Time Zone Is:
Friday 10/1/2010 8:54 pm GMT
GMT - 5h during
Standard Time
GMT -4h during
Daylight Saving Time
Note: UTC = Coordinated Universal Time (modern Greenwich -GMT- reference time.) The (-5h) in Eastern Standard Time refers to that time zone being five hours behind UTC or GMT.
The Central Time Zone Is:
GMT - 6h during
Standard Time
GMT - 5h during
Daylight Saving Time

I think Ky has finished daylight saving, here's how to work it out. Take our time 10am then take away their - time from 12 hours (Our standard time) that leaves 6 and 7 hours difference. add those to our current time (10am) you get 16 hours and 17 hours. That equates to 4pm and 5pm. But remember they are a day behind so it's still Friday over there.

Here's a link [url="http://http//www.timetemperature.com/tzus/kentucky_time_zone.shtml"] www.timetemperature.com/tzus/kentucky_time_zone.shtml [/url]

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11 years 8 months ago #349234 by Organix

witheze;338779 wrote: I have just subscribed to a day view...testing the water......can I use that day any day or today only.....if it's successful on my slow broadband its much cheaper to get a year pass I know. And can someone help with the time difference.....how many hours is Kentucky behind us?

This website is what you're after. With friends, relatives and business associates spread around the world it lives on my Links toolbar :)

Try Louisville on the North American page .

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11 years 8 months ago #349243 by witheze
so a day behind.....and add 6 or 7 hrs from our current time? Right! Thanks folks.

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11 years 8 months ago #349368 by NZ Appaloosas
The US and NZ share about a month of daylight savings/no daylight savings...at each end of the season. So, right now, with us just starting daylight savings, the US is still on daylight savings, and the eastern seaboard area is 17 hours behind us (16 hours when we don't have DSL and they do; 18 hours when we're on DLS and they're not). Pacific time is 3 hours behind eastern time (so that would 20 hours right now), Mountain, from memory is 2 hours behind eastern, and Central one hour. Note: NOT all states follow daylight savings, just most. I want to say Illinois and Arizona don't, but don't quote me. And no, I have no idea why they don't.

The link Organiz provided is good, but the best one I have found, easy to use and with the ability to "save" location pair-ups is www.worldtimeserver.com/ . If you go into the "meeting planner" (link at the top of the main page), you can choose several locations, and then save them as "favorites". Real handy if you're doing any sort of conferencing with friends/family scattered all over the place.

Diane


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11 years 8 months ago #349373 by sundaysbest
WHAT!!! I rang SKY and they said I couldn't get a booking time for any of it???!!! What is that about :( :(

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11 years 8 months ago #349375 by NZ Appaloosas
I've not tried this link yet, SB, but I was given www.usefnetwork.com/WEG2010/ from an appy friend of mine stateside.

One appy in the reining (which was the other day), ridden by a Dominican girl.

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11 years 8 months ago #349376 by NZ Appaloosas
Okay, ignore that post...I just clicked on the link myself and got "content not available for your location"...le sigh.

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11 years 8 months ago #349378 by sundaysbest
Le sigh alright - :( BOO! :(
Well keep me posted if you see anything, I will do the same.
PS - my appy boy is looking damn fine with his summer coat coming through a treat!!! :)
Hope your spotty lot are well NZappies x

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11 years 8 months ago #349380 by NZ Appaloosas
They're fine, loving the warmer weather, of course, Mr I think I'm Studly But Not Sure (coming on 4) isn't quite trying it on, but does gaze longingly at the mares, but with a "not quite sure why" look added. LOL

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