We roll out at 0:07. 101+1 is not 103.. That's not military time, that's just 24-hour time. Military time would be more like '0007 hours' I believe.
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#33 - lordmoldywart (11/09/2012) [-]
It's been out 2 weeks already in the UK
User avatar #163 to #33 - RomanR (11/09/2012) [-]
Is it good?
User avatar #167 to #163 - lordmoldywart (11/09/2012) [-]
Yes.
#137 - evilklown (11/09/2012) [-]
0:07 Military Time   
Creators face when he wrote that.
0:07 Military Time
Creators face when he wrote that.
User avatar #19 - blokrokker (11/09/2012) [-]
That's not military time, that's just 24-hour time. Military time would be more like '0007 hours' I believe.
User avatar #26 to #19 - ManInKilt (11/09/2012) [-]
eh, same **** different smell.
User avatar #146 to #26 - blokrokker (11/09/2012) [-]
Why did I get so many thumbs for that? Doesn't seem worth it, really.
User avatar #60 to #26 - FJrulez (11/09/2012) [-]
Same **** different asshole.
(Trying to start a similar phrase thread. Please?)
User avatar #195 to #60 - ManInKilt (11/09/2012) [-]
c-c-c-combo breaker
User avatar #183 to #26 - MrShaggy (11/09/2012) [-]
I always used 'same **** , different toilet.'
#111 - robotgoose (11/09/2012) [-]
mfw "military time".
User avatar #145 - sweetthroat (11/09/2012) [-]
My main man 007, sends bad guys to heaven!

I just want to post pictures...
User avatar #85 - Compootor (11/09/2012) [-]
Over here in a little place called EUROPE, we use 0:07 and all that jazz, because it makes more sense. Just like how a meter is 100 centimeters, which makes more sense than a foot being 0.3048 meters, 12 inches or whatever, or how we use Celsius, where water boils at 100 and freezes at 0, which makes logical sense. Not like water that boils at 212 degrees, and freezes at 32. What the **** , America?
User avatar #157 to #85 - weediemaan (11/09/2012) [-]
"and all that jazz" is that supposed to be Chicago reference?
User avatar #161 to #85 - CapnInterwebz (11/09/2012) [-]
Exactly. Hopefully when the stubborn generation dies we can switch over...hopefully
#116 to #85 - spacelubber (11/09/2012) [-]
A Dutch-English-Polish man created the Fahrenheit scale before America even began. It was the scale used by nearly all English-speaking countries until the mid 1900's. Why do you insist that your continent is better than another country because they use a different scale? The Fahrenheit scale is based off of the freezing point of water, brine, and human body temperature. I understand Celcius makes more logical sense, but why the **** can't America use a different system (that works, mind you)?
User avatar #122 to #116 - Compootor (11/09/2012) [-]
Read my comment again and tell me where exactly I said that My Continent was better than America. In-fact, I really want to move to America one day. That doesn't mean I'll ever start thinking in Fahrenheit or Feet/Inches. Even in America, I'll be "That one Weird guy who does everything all Europe-like."
User avatar #188 to #116 - bronan (11/09/2012) [-]
He never said his continent was better, he was saying that the way you do things is kinda strange, don't be so defensive over something that everyone thinks is stupid.

I bet you think its stupid too
User avatar #103 to #85 - dinkcool (11/09/2012) [-]
Celcius is for faggots. Real men use Kelvin.
#93 to #85 - cometfire (11/09/2012) [-]
I have to put up with that ******** on a daily basis...I hate this country so damn much..
#184 to #93 - John Cena (11/09/2012) [-]
That's a terrible reason to hate a country.
#100 to #99 - cometfire (11/09/2012) [-]
I don't get it.
I don't get it.
User avatar #193 to #100 - thexxtalonxx (11/09/2012) [-]
Wow... people are just outright retards on this site. Why do I bother coming here anymore?
#98 - SHAMU (11/09/2012) [-]
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User avatar #129 - donttouchthat (11/09/2012) [-]
Actually that's 0007 Military time. The military does not use : BTW i am in the military
#134 to #129 - John Cena (11/09/2012) [-]
Oorah
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#144 to #138 - afuzzypenguinmerp (11/09/2012) [-]
Oorah is the acknowledgment of the Marines, and Hooah is the acknowledgment of both the Army and Air Force. Fool.
User avatar #147 to #144 - sketchE ONLINE (11/09/2012) [-]
the air forces doesn get to say hooah
User avatar #149 to #147 - afuzzypenguinmerp (11/09/2012) [-]
Yes they do. Do some research.
User avatar #150 to #149 - sketchE ONLINE (11/09/2012) [-]
your right i havent lived 20 years in an airforce household
#151 to #150 - afuzzypenguinmerp (11/09/2012) [-]
You're very ignorant.
User avatar #152 to #151 - sketchE ONLINE (11/09/2012) [-]
because ive lived around airforce personnel my entire life and have never heard any of them say hooah and mock the army for saying it? right
#155 to #152 - afuzzypenguinmerp (11/09/2012) [-]
First off, they use it as a term for acknowledgment in the exact same way the Army (WHICH I'M ******* IN) uses it. I don't know why anyone would say hooah (or hua, doesn't matter which) in a household unless being addressed by higher ups. The ignorance of this one is strong.
User avatar #156 to #155 - sketchE ONLINE (11/09/2012) [-]
the point ive been trying to make is ive been around military personel. the reason i specify that is to inclue people other than my parents. ive lived on base and work on a joint base. the airforce guys never say hooah. its only yes sir or no sir.
#177 - John Cena (11/09/2012) [-]
00:07 actually
User avatar #135 - cinematicbrix (11/09/2012) [-]
No, that's european time, Military time would be 0007 and not 0:07
User avatar #119 - TommyV (11/09/2012) [-]
It's known as "military time" in the U.S. because our military uses it.

But it is actually just a 24-hour clock. Most of Europe uses the 24-hour clock, and calling it military time over there wouldn't make sense.
User avatar #136 to #119 - cinematicbrix (11/09/2012) [-]
I'm in europe, and here we actually differ 24 hour clock from military time.

24 hour clock: 0:07
Military time: 0007
User avatar #139 to #136 - TommyV (11/09/2012) [-]
Which part of Europe?
Just out of curiosity.
User avatar #191 to #139 - cinematicbrix (11/09/2012) [-]
Well, to the countries I've been to here, which is Finland, Sweden and Italy.
User avatar #141 to #139 - jinxbomb (11/09/2012) [-]
most of it i think they i
used it when i went to germany and when i went to france, and i live in the UK, but i think it's just which type of time you prefer really
User avatar #142 to #141 - jinxbomb (11/09/2012) [-]
damn, i ****** up i that a few times :/
#175 - John Cena (11/09/2012) [-]
Its called a 24-hour clock and its 00.07 Mooron!
#123 - DesolateChris ONLINE (11/09/2012) [-]
...Military time?..... really?...
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User avatar #59 - FightClub (11/09/2012) [-]
pretty sure that's intentional
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#82 to #71 - John Cena (11/09/2012) [-]
i dont know
User avatar #94 to #82 - SweetSassyMolassy (11/09/2012) [-]
could you repeat the question
User avatar #79 - diablojoe (11/09/2012) [-]
Already seen it due to being Britfag. Very good film
User avatar #6 - marcuss (11/08/2012) [-]
or other words. other than americunt time
#102 - Skrufymunky (11/09/2012) [-]
I just got back from watching it. I didn't get the 12:07 reference because we had a special theater where we got to see it at 10:25pm. first world problems man   
   
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I just got back from watching it. I didn't get the 12:07 reference because we had a special theater where we got to see it at 10:25pm. first world problems man

gif probably unrelated
User avatar #43 - Schadenfreude (11/09/2012) [-]
It's also the time in most of Europe...
User avatar #44 to #43 - Schadenfreude (11/09/2012) [-]
*how time is read
I accidentally my sentence
User avatar #45 to #44 - professordolan (11/09/2012) [-]
Perfect English
User avatar #169 - PFSquirrel (11/09/2012) [-]
It's actually 0007...
#78 - mlpmeh (11/09/2012) [-]
**mlpmeh rolls 785**
**mlpmeh rolls 785**
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