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weird time stamp anomaly

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OK - bear w/ me, this may be hard to describe . .

When I go to the USA Forum 'front page' -- all the threads have an EDT time stamp. But when I open a thread, the times on the thread list revert to my local (PDT) time.

Even weirder, this happens on some forums but not all. On USA and Mexico the times change from EDT to PDT when I open a thread. While on Europe and Asia -- everything is PDT from the get go. I haven't checked every forum to see if any others are affected.

All posts w/i a thread have my local PDT time stamp as they have since you made that programming change.

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