Reading ur clock " AM/PM or 24H"!!!

Reading ur clock - Reading ur clock
United States
November 20, 2006 10:07pm CST
me i am prefer to reading my clock as 24 hours.. what about u?
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8 responses
@compkid (212)
• Kenya
21 Nov 06
24 hour is great
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• United States
21 Nov 06
thank u very much...u r support me....nice day .. bye
• India
21 Nov 06
digital clock - digital clock showind day, date,time...
am pm would be easier...though im used the the 24 hr format...
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• United States
21 Nov 06
thank u ... nice to talk u .. bye
@brokentia (10395)
• United States
21 Nov 06
Are you kidding? Even though I was in the military, I would still have to count on my fingers. Because I know 3pm is 1500hrs and 6pm is 1800 hrs. Other than that, if it is PM, you bet I am sitting there counting. OK, if 6pm is 1800...just add No way, I have am/pm on my clock! LOL Intersting question!
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• United States
21 Nov 06
thx....bye
• Bangladesh
21 Nov 06
i think am/pm is better than 24 hours.
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• United States
21 Nov 06
thank u...nice to talk u .. bye.
@Bunny2 (2102)
• Australia
22 Jan 07
I prefer the AM/PM clock because it's what we tend to use here in Australia. Some VCRs have the 24 hour clock but most others give you the option and I'll always pick the AM/PM. I suppose it's a visual thing - we don't say it's 1400 or 14 hours, we'll say it's 2 o'clock in the afternoon or 2 p.m. I htink the 24 hour clock is more a European thing?
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@ossie16d (11826)
• Australia
31 Dec 06
Being ex-military we do tend to talk in 24 hours rather than a.m. or p.m., although some of our clocks do show the a.m./p.m. time. However, if we get the choice, then we will always take the 24 hour clock. :)
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@manzician (4733)
• India
21 Nov 06
i like AM/PM one..
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@yogitha (1893)
• India
21 Nov 06
no
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