@ACraigL@studerc It’s just not built to handle all the digits. So when it says “94:84” (and ticks off a “second” every 10 seconds), it really means “948:40”. Or nearly 16 hours. Which will be midnight EDT — the regular time.
@eggsterminate@rhcurry02 But the trick is that it’s not displaying the last digit (the seconds). And the colon is in the wrong spot.
So the “94:23” it’s showing me right now should actually display as “942:30”
@xobzoo No, the timer is correct! It doesn’t mean that you need to check back at 9:42:30, it means that the next item will go on sale in 94 minutes and 23 seconds. That said, not sure why the seconds aren’t uploading; that seems to be a glitch.
@eggsterminate@iutami Thanks. Not going to lie, it does suck. Luckily, all my numbers are just above the point that I’d need to be in the hospital. Not by much, but they are. I started on meds the day after symptoms hit and I tested positive. So, here’s hoping things stay that way. But it is damn sure creepy as hell having to track everything and have a bag packed ready to go to the hospital if things turn.
@plymouthdave It’s a Mehrathon today (that countdown clock is winding down to when the next item goes on sale). No guarantee that there will be more irks for sale, but typically they scatter them for sale randomly over the course of the day. That’s how they keep you hooked and watching the clock!
Wtf… Refreshed the page from the previous “too late” note to get a “sold out” immediately. Confused me long enough that when I refreshed it again and saw that it WAS for sale I forgot to hit the captcha button…heavy sigh…
@jeffalexander that happened to me once and FedEx customer service said to wait a day or two. They said sometimes drivers pre-mark the item as delivered before they actually deliver it. WTF?! But I did receive the item the next day…did not expect to, but did.
Conditioner was open and leaked. 3x PJs are only about 5 sized too big. Blue light readers make me dizzy. Maybe I can sell the charging station.
My daughter can use the styler, so that’s worth the $5 price tag.