Taking offers on popular 4 char .com !

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All major extensions taken!

Google: Results 1 - 10 of about 2,710,000 for 12pm.

12PM.COM

Domain is receiving light traffic!

I am taking offers on this short and sweet, easy to type, and highly brandable baby.

Starting offers from $100 ONLY !!!

$1k takes this beauty right away !

RESERVE MET

This beauty will go to the highest offer / BIN offer by tomorrow 20:00 EST.

Check time at http://time.gov/timezone.cgi?Eastern/d/-5/java

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SirSpider said:
"Technically speaking," neither noon nor midnight can be a.m. or p.m.
"technically speaking" you are correct -- noon is not post meridian -- it IS meridian. However, since 12:00:01 is post meridian (or 12:00:00.01, for that matter), it makes more sense to say that 12:00:00 is post meridian for consistency's sake (or else you would have both PM and AM in the same 12 o'clock hour). Similarly midnight could be classified as BOTH PM and AM, because it is equidistant from the meridian. But classifying it as PM would produce the same confusion (i.e., 12:00 PM followed by 12:01 AM).

I think the real confusion among those who don't bother to tell time properly, is that people would rather have 1 through 12 (in a row) all be AM, then 1 through 12 all be PM. While this is a common error, it is less confusing if you consider that the hours should really be 0:00 through 11:59, and there should be no 12 o'clock hour whatsoever.

Collector said:
This baby will go to the highest offer / BIN offer by tomorrow at 20:00 EST !
Wouldn't it have made more sense to end this auction at 12pm?
 

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FLe8 said:
Wouldn't it have made more sense to end this auction at 12pm?
Er, would that be noon or midnight?

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And some folks will claim that 24-hundred hours (24:00) is the same time as zero hours (00:00). No wonder folks get confused - or frustrated - or are either very early or very late for an appointment. Ever notice what appears on your digital alarm clock if you set the time to "midnight?"

I suppose this is not the time nor the place to discuss this. But it must be worth a bump... :-D
 

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Deal completed. Name paid for and received. Thank you, Collector, for a smooth and professional transaction.

- Now to try and figure out what time it is...morning, evening, noon, midnight... :-D
** SOLD **

Thank you for the smooth and professional transaction too.

Have a nice time figuring out the time; it took me quite a while to come up with... NO ANSWERS anyway
 
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