Bj"orn is correct that 1319 UTC is 0919 EDT, but this is not the same as 9:19 pm. 1319 UTC is 9:19 am EDT and 8:19 am EST. Please always provide UTC date and time. Use YYYY-MM-DD (or maybe YYYY/MM/DD) and HH:MM:SS.SSSSSS. The punctuation seems to serve little purpose, so I often write YYYYMMDD HHMMSS.SS. If you don't operate routinely in UTC, and might be making a conversion error, especially in a transitional month like October, please also provide your village idiot time and your presumed conversion, so analysts and readers can detect any possible ambiguity. If you observe during the "defined hour of intentional ambiguity", please explain that. Please do not quote large portions of previous messages, except under unusual circumstances. That is friendly behavior on UseNet, but not on a mailing list. Usually 1 or 2 lines of quote is quite adequate. Cheers. Walter Nissen firstname.lastname@example.org -81.8637, 41.3735, 256m elevation --- The first principle of professionalism: Primum, non nocere.