Time?

the dusk outside our house
@ridingbet (57756)
Philippines
November 24, 2017 3:54am CST
I have not yet cooked rice. I am seated in front of the desktop responding to comments. I checked on the time at the wall clock because I thought it is already 6:30PM. But my alarm for Coumadin hasn't sounded yet. It is still 5:45 PM. The nights are getting longer while the days are getting shorter. The temperature is also getting cooler. The picture says it so. It is dusk.
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@YrNemo (14176)
24 Nov
I thought I could do some mylotting several hours ago. Someone needed me urgently to play with him (the kitten!), then one thing after another...
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@ridingbet (57756)
• Philippines
25 Nov
so, you did not mylot because of your cat? did you sleep later after playing with your feline?
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@YrNemo (14176)
25 Nov
@ridingbet It is waiting for me to play with it again right now, like I was its slave or something.
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@ridingbet (57756)
• Philippines
26 Nov
@YrNemo oh, so you can give n to its caprices. good luck on that
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@hereandthere (32431)
• Philippines
25 Nov
i almost forgot about the rice too because i was here
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@ridingbet (57756)
• Philippines
26 Nov
huh? but the rice was not burnt, right? sometimes, when i cook rice for the dgs, i forget switching the range off, but i don't burn it anyway.
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• Philippines
26 Nov
@ridingbet oh, we use a rice cooker, but i was preoccupied with preparing the ulam, i forgot to cook rice first.
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@ridingbet (57756)
• Philippines
28 Nov
@hereandthere really? hahaha! but it is better to eat rice that is just newly cooked and steaming hot.
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@shubhu3 (15328)
• New Delhi, India
24 Nov
I agree. The nights have become longer and days shorter now.
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@ridingbet (57756)
• Philippines
24 Nov
indeed, because during this end of the year, our earth is far from the sun.
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@shubhu3 (15328)
• New Delhi, India
24 Nov
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@aureliah (17742)
24 Nov
Yeah nights are now longer
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@ridingbet (57756)
• Philippines
25 Nov
indeed.
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@bluesa (14030)
• Johannesburg, South Africa
24 Nov
Finally you have cooler temps, it is very dark for that time. Our sun sets by just before 7pm in summer, in winter it is also dark before 6pm.
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@ridingbet (57756)
• Philippines
25 Nov
yes, and the street lights were already switched on the time to took the picture. as you can see, the solar lights are already lit, including that blue lights in our veranda.
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@marlina (76488)
• Canada
24 Nov
Soon, we will start counting the other way.
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@ridingbet (57756)
• Philippines
25 Nov
sometimes, i wake up before 12 midnight because i sleep early at 10:30PM, then i get drowsy in the afternoon.
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@Kandae11 (40138)
24 Nov
It is much cooler in my neck of the woods too - no more blistering summer heat.
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@ridingbet (57756)
• Philippines
24 Nov
like here as well, but not very cool yet.
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@peachpurple (12762)
• Malaysia
24 Nov
I had cooked dinner by 7pm, ate dinner and washed dishes
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@ridingbet (57756)
• Philippines
24 Nov
what time is it now in your place? 7pm is also dark there now, right?
@yanzalong (10175)
• Indonesia
24 Nov
Time goes by very quickly sometimes.
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@ridingbet (57756)
• Philippines
24 Nov
the earth is far from the sun.
@ilocosboy (35552)
• Philippines
24 Nov
I'm heading home and I can see the vehicles lights are on. It is already dark outside. Few months ago at this very it was still bright day.
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@ridingbet (57756)
• Philippines
24 Nov
that is true. 6:30PM before still has the sun up in the afternoon sky.
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@Hannihar (39932)
27 May
@ridingbet So when did you want to cook the rice?
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@ridingbet (57756)
• Philippines
28 May
with the rice cooker, i would always cook rice at 6:15PM. anyway, we have our dinner at 7:45PM.
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@Hannihar (39932)
28 May
@ridingbet I had a rice cooker but now I do not have it anymore. I cook rice now in a pot. I like it much better.
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@ridingbet (57756)
• Philippines
28 May
@Hannihar i sometimes cook rice in the pot in a stove but then sometimes it burns. this is usually when there is no electricity
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@lady1993 (19613)
• Philippines
24 Nov
i like the winter solstice though, since it is cooler, but the days are still so hot
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@ridingbet (57756)
• Philippines
25 Nov
i believe many of us prefer the winter solstice than the summer solstice. we don't sweat much, so there will be lesser air pollution.
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@lady1993 (19613)
• Philippines
26 Nov
@ridingbet the number of cars are increasing immensely though we should just have electric cars
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@ridingbet (57756)
• Philippines
28 Nov
@lady1993 or better yet, flying cars?
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@JustBhem (40952)
• Davao, Philippines
24 Nov
I just finished having my dinner.
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@ridingbet (57756)
• Philippines
24 Nov
what time? i think it is already night and dark, right? if you commented 1 hour ago, you had your dinner at 8:15pm.
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@JustBhem (40952)
• Davao, Philippines
24 Nov
@ridingbet I had my dinner, at 6:20 pm.
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@ridingbet (57756)
• Philippines
25 Nov
@JustBhem oh, that is early for us here. so, before you retire in bed, do you have midnight snacks? or munch on something before you sleep, even before midnight?
@m_audrey6788 (13662)
• Philippines
24 Nov
Oh a lot of things have changed in the Philippines as far as I can remember that 6pm was not dark like that on your photo
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@ridingbet (57756)
• Philippines
24 Nov
maybe you were here in June or July where the days are longer than the nights. anywhere in the world, we have this nights and days of unequal time intervals, except June 21 and December 21.
• Philippines
24 Nov
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@allen0187 (33886)
• Philippines
25 Nov
It is that time of the year that nights are longer (and colder) and the days are shorter (and still very hot and humid).
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@ridingbet (57756)
• Philippines
25 Nov
yes, because our earth is far from the sun.