Maybe somebody can explain this to this dumb hick!
My phancy new iPhone has a World Clock button. You can select different cities around the world, and find out what time it is there. So, it's got New York on there, and I added Chicago (even though I don't know anybody in Chicago anymore, but it is in MY time zone...the REAL time zone).
So, I was thinking this morning that I ought to add Kabul, Afghanistan, seeing as Dean is stationed there right now (not in Kabul, but close). And, look what the iPhone World Clock says.
Now, does that make sense to any of y'all? Why the 30 minute difference? Shouldn't it be the same minute, even though different hours?
I guess I could gooble it, but I'm too lazy, and figured somebody out there might be able to solve this mystery.
(Plus, I just learned that I could take a screenshot of my iPhone, and wanted to try it out.)
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