• (nodebb)

    It says the last edit will be tomorrow. If anybody edits after that - it's their fault! Why didn't they listen?!!

  • (nodebb)

    For TNT: there is a timezone where you get this kind of error.

    9pm Pacific time is midnight Eastern time.

    No surprise. WBDiscovery are cheapskates who probably outsourced the website to the Initrodes of the world right after the merger... There's likely no logic in the code regarding time display.

  • Joe (unregistered)

    The TNT one would also make sense if the NHL post-game went for 24.5 hours

  • Maurizio (unregistered)

    On the positive side, even if additional taxes and fees applies to the Bally subscription, they will not fundamentally change the monthly cost.

  • LongTimeLurker (unregistered)

    "AM" and "PM" are so binary-normative, hence "XM".

  • (nodebb)

    I'm more interested that the plans start at infinity --- in fact, I'm anxious to learn how they go higher.

  • Steve (unregistered) in reply to dpm

    That's infinity per month. The next level is infinity per fortnight.

  • (nodebb) in reply to dpm

    Fubo Premium costs א1

  • Bill T (unregistered)

    After I submitted the TNT schedule snafu, I figured it out, and it's a different set of bad date handling than I've seen before. The times SAY they're Eastern, but they've really been translated to Pacific for display. 9:00 Pacific is midnight Eastern, which is why the day starts then.

    Explained, but still wrong.

  • Chris (unregistered)

    The "last edit tomorrow" feels like the user's self-defined signature to me. Not a WTF at all.

  • (nodebb)

    These are actually all the same error. The "xm" is telling you how much eXotic Matter you need to time travel. Unfortunately, doing so breaks physics in unexpected ways, consuming the first site, leaving the second with nothing but an exotica signature, and of course, making the infinity plus fees price possible due to overlapping timelines.

  • (nodebb) in reply to dpm

    ω+1 > ω even if they are both countably infinite if I recall correctly

  • Neveranull (unregistered)

    I after all these years, I’m finally frist tomorrow at 31:76:97 AM.

  • Ross Thompson (unregistered)

    At $∞/month, they only need one customer, though.

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