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Why do some answers have the date and time?

Asked by intro24 (1434points) September 4th, 2008

I’m seeing that some answers have the date and time below them now. I can’t seem to remember seeing this awhile ago. Is this a new feature or some trend that I’m not aware of?

Below is the first answer I found with the date/time from ”Is it true that milk is bad for your bones?”:

“I don’t believe him either.
I have been told that the Vitamin D and calcium in milk is indeed good for your bones.
September 4, 2008, 3:22 PM EDT”


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windex's avatar

The user puts it there (hoping it will be a feature on the site) but it won’t :)

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scamp's avatar

It’s not a new feature. It is only JackAdams way of letting us know when and where he has been on fluther. He seems to like doing it.

marinelife's avatar

That would be Jack date and time stamping his answers.

intro24's avatar

Thanks everyone. I could have sworn that more people did that date/time stamp but I guess it was only him.

iJimmy's avatar

Who has the time to do that… Pun intended. By the way, I am from the future.

December 4, 2108, 03:34 AM CST

breedmitch's avatar

Oooh ijimmy. I like that. Abscond with the very idea!

Fluthtember 12, 1516. 06:13 PM GMT

richardhenry's avatar

Globble! * swims away *

January 19, 1827914 BC. 10:21 AM GMT

loser's avatar

February 2, 2222, 2:22 PM TUTU

loser's avatar

I think this was a great question!

September 5, 2008, 9:03 AM PDT

Babo's avatar

I was just asking someone about that!

loser's avatar

Babo, you forgot to add the date and time at the end!

Babo's avatar

OH NO!!!

September, uh, what day is it?

loser's avatar

Here, I’ll help you Babo…

September 6, 2008, 4:08 PM PDT

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