Lextor wrote:crazyhazy wrote:sfoglia wrote:Lextor wrote:Okay, so to pass the time (or waste it, take it as you will) I compiled a list of greying times from the past year and some in 2013.
February 2013---->3:00pm EST (I think. The people in that thread were very inarticulate)
December 2013--->4:20pm EST
February 2014---->2:30pm EST
September 2014-->4:30pm EST
December 2014--->6:30pm EST
In recent history, grey day has occurred primarily before 5:00pm EST, which is in 15 minutes. But if we repeat December, there is still about 1.5 hours left of hope for the day. Otherwise, I have a dark feeling that scores wont be released until tomorrow.
Okay I'm done. Back to work.
Ugh, so good of you to compile this information! It's a bit depressing, but very good to know.
Thank you also...
BUT ADD 2 HOURS BECAUSE THEY OPENED Two HOURS LATE!!!!
multi tasking = awful spelling
Maybe, but doubt it. This is more likely what happened:
LSAC worker 1: "OMG we all got to work 2 hours late. Who wants to stay 2 hours overtime so we can get the scores out to day"
All other LSAC workers: "BAHAHAHAHAH LOLOL LMAO Yeah right!! Cya tomorrow!!"
Result: Scores released tomorrow.
You make a good point, and here's what I love:
One of us will post something pessimistic, and the other will post something optimistic in response (or vice-versa)... but if you scroll backwards through the pages, the same people (including me) keep switching from optimism and pessimism.. It's like we're all stepping up to balance each other out.