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+1 to time! Why the hell we should deal with these idiotic am/pm/fm/zm?? Just to say 23:17 and viola - everybody knows when it is!

Same with "timezones" - another world-wide stupidity! One time can fit all. Who care I wake up at 8:00 or 23:00?? If daylight in my country will be from 23:00...15:00, it won't affect my life even on a cent. So when it's 17:23 in England, let it be everywhere! In any case before calling my friend in Japan I confirm they have daytime. This unification immediately simplifies a lot of schedules and calculations (hi, DBMS!). When you depart from Australia at 3:00, you arrive _at_calculable_time_ in US and you don't have to think how much hours is difference between timezones.

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