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The 21st day of January 2007

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Date: Sun 21-Jan-2007 05:22 am
Subject: Snow!
Music of the moment:Darude - Sandstorm
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Although it might be frustrating for those of us dreaming for snow days, I enjoy how there have been so many little snows. The dynamic landscape sure brightens the season for me, anyway. One such snow was happening as I drove early this morning--the intersection of the automobile and the snow resulted in the picture of the day.

Snow Tracks
Tiretracks in fresh snow
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No, of course kamoranakrre didn't get up to go driving at five in the morning... It's still dark outside, so that means it clearly falls in the end of the previous day--clocks, calendars, and picture-day assignment notwithstanding.


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User:evil_puffball
Date:Tue 07-Aug-2007 04:38 am (UTC)
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Why am I seeing posts from January on my 'Pals of Puff' page in August?

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User:kamoranakrre
Date:Wed 08-Aug-2007 01:07 am (UTC)
Subject:Temporal Distortions in San Francisco?
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Well, Friend of the Meandering Mind, LiveJournal's friends page mechanism dutifully selects for your enjoyment all posts added to LiveJournal's servers within the past fourteen (14) days from other users you have chosen to befriend.

Entries for The Picture of the Day are dated for the day on which the picture was taken, which has very little to do with the day on which it was added to LiveJournal's servers, except for that they typically go in the same order.

Basically, kamoranakrre is several months behind the present (a fact of which people remind him quite often!) with his postings, but is clever enough to not tick the Date Out of Order tickbox. He continues to write them as if they were written on the day of the photograph--the immediacy of this style adds to many readers' enjoyment(s).
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