Loc: Pacific NW, USA
Yes it is, Sherman. I thought it was an app when I first saw your post. It makes me a little dizzy but it is neat to watch the time change. Those guys hands must be tired, huh?<br><br>"There are three things I've learned never to discuss with people: religion, politics, and the Great Pumpkin."<br>-- Linus Van Pelt (Peanuts)
Right I thought it was cool to0, but after 30 seconds I got a head ache.<br>Maybe if the hand came out once a minute to change the times, that would be better but every second was just to much for me.<br><br>
has anyone ever told you that you look like Christorpher Reeve<br><br>Nope never heard that remark but did hear many others.<br>One would be.<br>I was taking a wheeez in a up scale department store restroom. A tourest who was man standing next to me taking a wheeez then he started talking to me in Spanish, he was from Argentina.<br><br>I said "sorry no Espanol" where are you from?<br>He zipp up his pants, then gave me a look that would kill a Gerbal - and said something to the effect of "Argentina" and "I have no pride in the Spanish laugauge" just before he darted out the door he said (there are a thousand people that look like me"<br><br>I felt oohh great well atlease Flush before you leave.<br><br>
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