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A few ways to find out the time...
You are wearing a watch, aren't you? Look at it.
Just look at the Taskbar (Windows users only), in the right hand corner you will find the time, unless you have repositioned your Taskbar. If you cli...
You could always ask someone for the time. Avoid askng people on social networking sites, as once they return to you the time, it will no longer be t...
Check the reverse clock that I told you to make...now you see why it was important.If you don't have a reverse clock, you should probably visit this l...
Failing all that, look outside, it will at least give you an indication of whether it is day or night. As an added bonus, it also comes with a free w...
We all know, however, that there are only two true times. It is always Hammertime... ...unless it is T time... ...lol...
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