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Re: Analog and Digital Clocks, Part 2
Posted By: The Other Matthew, on host
Date: Wednesday, October 10, 2001, at 12:14:10
In Reply To: Analog and Digital Clocks, Part 2 posted by codeman38 on Tuesday, October 9, 2001, at 20:34:20:

I don't have a problem either way. I remember way back in the days of primary and elementary school, every year there was a unit in math on telling time, and you had to learn how to tell time on an analog clock. I can look at my watch and instantaneously tell you what time it is.

I used to wear a digital watch because it is just a teeny bit easier to tell time with, but I always got tricked by that "Water-resistant to 50m" they'd put on there, and I'd wear it in to a pool and ruin it. I wear an analog watch now, mostly because I think they look cooler, and despite the "Water resistant" label on it, it's a little more difficult for me to believe that an analog watch is water-resistant.

The Other "And besides, just what IS time, anyway?" Matthew

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