Come join us for this Watch Party movie this Sunday, Nov 7, at 11:30 AM ET. (9:30 AM Mountain time) Sorry, the US seasonal time change confused the start time on this one! https://www.viki.com/user-party/n2cefKi4
It is a very good movie! And! And! And!
It just dropped this morning (Wednesday) We’ve finished the timing already. It came with English subs which are pretty good. There were a few very minor things I’d translate a little differently but it’s all good. Our Team TE will get those. I just do the timing.
I moved the time so our kiddies in India can join us. (And stay up past their bedtimes) @vivi_1485 @padmalayag
No, I am in the Mountain Time zone which is 2 hours earlier than Eastern Time - (kdrama is on ET), and Sweety and Happy are on Pacific time - 3 hours earlier. I used to be on Pacific time but I moved to potato land 25 years ago. Natyh is on Central time. The US is huge. (Natyh is in Columbia - not the US.)
Atlantic, Eastern, Central, Mountain, Pacific and Hawaii-Aleutian time zones. 6 time zones OOPS! I almost forgot Guam -Chamorro time and American Samoa- Samoa time so that is 8 time zones. Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands are all on Atlantic time.
got a question for the other movie if you don’t mind, and yes this one too. how did they figure “49” in the works?? y’know where they were tested those 49 days?? and today is “49” days till Christmas, spooky!!!
The 49 days is from Buddhist Scripture. It is a 49 day mourning period with prayers every 7 days across 7 weeks. Then after 49 days, rebirth. The prayers help facilitate the journey of the deceased into the afterlife.
Catholics do a similar thing to help the deceased by gathering and reciting the Rosary for them, which is a set of prayers to help scatter demons and battle evil. Catholics will recite the Rosary alone also, but mass prayers are considered more powerful. I don’t don’t know what Protestants do to help the deceased.
Protestants believe that all life’s choices are made while the person is still living. If the person had a personal relationship with God while he/she was living, he/she will go to heaven. There’s nothing others can do for the person after they’ve died.