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  • Jetphotos.net - proudly serving the net for 35 years

    Okay...I don't know why this is happening, but i thought this was really funny:

    Apparently the dates of the older posts are changed?



    I don't know if you can tell, but that date does indeed say 01-02-1970 : )

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    Jetphotos.net - proudly serving the net for 35 years

    Ok, I can't explain why that happened with the forum, but that looks awfully familiar with me. Because, whenever one of our MAC's at works crashed, and we restart it, the date is always January 1st or 2nd, 1970. Don't know why, and never had that with a PC, but it does happen. This here might be something similar.

    -Colin

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      I've had time stamps get corrupted and get 1/1/70 under linux. Under FreeBSD they became 12/31/69.

      Or was that the other way around? It hasn't happened in a long time.

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        The Hard drive on my Mac was created April 4, 1976 at 6:50am. :P Not sure how that works out.

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