On the Pacific Coast they acknowledge Hawaiian time zone. But I
think it has a lot to dowiththe fact we have our share of Islanders
on our shores. =) Not to mention there are a few jokes
about"hawaiian time" MissB
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> > I hate it when reporters put down a time zone that the event
> > is no where near! sheesh!
> It seems that for some reporters here in the US, the only time
> that exist are Eastern, Central, Mountain and Pacific, which is
> of lazy; the least they could do is give the local time of the
> along with the Eastern Time equivalent (seeing as how hardly
> here wants to mess with GMT).
> And there are six, not four, time zones in the US. Most of Alaska
> in the Alaska time zone--9 hours back from GMT and one hour earlier
> than the West Coast--except for the western Aleutian Islands, which
> are in the Hawaii-Aleutian time zone along with Hawaii. That's 10
> hours back from GMT. I don't know if this ever gets acknowledged by
> Big Media here in the US.
> Mark A. Holmes