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Subject: RE: Timezone concept broken in XPath 2.0?
From: "Michael Kay" <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 10 Nov 2008 23:06:14 -0000
RE:  Timezone concept broken in XPath 2.0?
> So yes, +/-14:00, this is the extent to which the Recommendation has
> (grudgingly) accepted the Random Real World (in which 
> Kiribati has been allowed to stretch the margins of Time and 
> Reason), deterring by means of dynamic errors from indulging 
> in any further randomness.

In my view, any nation that tries to deceive its citizens into getting out
of bed earlier by moving the clocks forward is stretching the margins of
Time and Reason. At any rate, it's a Nanny State.

Michael Kay

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