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    what is the current date and time in florida u.s.a.

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    Miami, Florida, United States
    Current Time Wednesday, 4 July 2012, 17:50:12 EDT

    Colleen

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    USA goes by standard time or the 12 hour clock, not military time. Only the military uses that time. For most Americans, 17:50:12 EDT might as well be Greek. ;)
    ROMOS

    24 hrs = 1 day
    0100hrs is 1 oclock in the morning.
    1300hrs is 1 oclock in the afternoon.
    ARE ALL YOU NON-MILITARY YANKS FOLLOWING THIS?
    Learn more here>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/24-hour_clock
    Colleen

    Moderator
    Excuse me, we are not Yanks and even if we were, Yanks were on the east coast only. Secondly, we tell time our way and not your way, we also drive on the correct side of the road. Thirdly, we are rebels and because of this, we do not have to learn military time :)
    ROMOS

    Global time derives from GMT.
    Where does GMT derive from?
    Hmmm? I wonder?
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greenwich_Mean_Time
    Colleen

    Moderator
    You're speaking to a rebel. Don't waste your typing finger (yes, singular) finger.
    ROMOS

    I have two typing fingers, one on each hand.
    :-)
    Colleen

    Moderator
    When you're not eating with the other hand?

    It is July 4th. in Florida, 5:57pm EST   Happy Independence Day!!!!


     



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