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BeryJu: wot
teatime is a valid time
fuck me

Reiko: but
what is teatime?

BeryJu: ask a british person

Reiko: 4pm

xTrekStorex: that tool was definitely written by a brit

teenageProgrammer: Tea time is all the time 😛

Reiko: You read that right. You can type “at teatime”, and Linux's at is civilized enough to know that this is 4 p.m. local time. The “noon” and “midnight” keywords have their normal meaning. The “now” keyword means what it says. It might seem like a dumb thing to have, since if you wanted to run something now, you would type it without the at command, but it has an application in “relative time” invocations.

xTrekStorex: like I said