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Old 03-24-2003, 02:44   #1 (permalink)
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BA clock a little speedy

Has anyone else noticed if the clock in their BA runs a little quick and that after a few days it can be upto approx. 5-8 minutes fast? I don't want to age too quickly!!!
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Perhaps you are just travelling so fast that you are distorting the space-time continuum and the clock is actually being disoriented by the quantum shifts in time and space.

Maybe it's faulty too.

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Sorry, but until Scotty fixes the warp drives I'm a little speed limited!
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caaptain, i have the power, but this thing doesnt want to go paast warp thrreee! damn speed limiteer, when will ford learrn?
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maybe he has to remove the flux capacitor
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If you warped the space time continuem, the clock would actually be slower. Because you'd get to somewhere in the future, but the clock would still be ticking in your time, which is now the past.

Maybe try Driveing fast in reverse?
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ok i am curious what are those 6 circles next to the clock on the screen?
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Ok, let's try a serious response???
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They indicate the number of CD's in the unit, as I optioned Prestige sound. You press the "CD" button (below the volume knob), press "load" button (one of the station select buttons which takes on CD function) and when you press this the screen displays " Wait" until the stacker rises to accept the next CD. I just added a hands-free kit which plugs staight into pre-wired connections behind fuse box and uses speakers of the radio. I think AU had this as well, as radio mutes when call answered/made and system remembers radio volume when call finished. I like how "tel" comes up on screen as well when using mobile! Now if only they could add an automatic dog hair remover I wouldn't be so pissed off with ....
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