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Which time zone has the most jellies?

Asked by prolificus (6583points) October 30th, 2010 from iPhone

I know we are spread out all over the place, but I’m curious to learn which area has the highest jelly population.

I’m in the Central Time Zone. You?

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jrpowell's avatar

I made a map

The map is opt-in. So while the locations are accurate the frequency isn’t.

Brian1946's avatar

I’m in the Pacific TZ.
I think the Eastern TZ has the most jellies.

Tropical_Willie's avatar

Eastern Time Zone

Thanks @johnpowell

Pied_Pfeffer's avatar

If the patterns of activity are any measure, it’s got to be Eastern Time Zone. The site seems busiest when it is EST pre-work, lunch, and post-work hours. (I’m in CST).

Cruiser's avatar

Twilight zone!

wilma's avatar

I’m in the Eastern time zone.

ucme's avatar

GMT for me, firmly in the minority. At least on here that is.

AstroChuck's avatar

Sounds like it’s Eastern Time, seeing that Smucker’s headquarters is in Ohio. and K-Y is made in New Jersey. And although Jelly Roll Morton was born in New Orleans he lived most of his live on the east coast.
Btw, I’m in the correct time zone. (That’s Pacific.)

Dr_Lawrence's avatar

Mountain Time Zone in Canada.

Seaofclouds's avatar

I’m in the central time zone (for now), but like others have said, it seems like Eastern has the most according to the map @johnpowell made.

chels's avatar

SF will be gaining two more jellies after the New Year!

Coloma's avatar

Yes, seems to be fewer west coasters.
Pacific time here.

harple's avatar

GMT… well, GMT +1 for just another few hours…........

Pied_Pfeffer's avatar

@chels Is this an attempt to tell us that you are pregnant with twins?

chels's avatar

@Pied_Pfeffer BAHAHAHAH No! @richardhenry and I are moving there!

OreetCocker's avatar

BST yesterday, GMT today :-)

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