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Rules of Engagement - Time
First, every time we see the courtroom the time is between 8 and 9. We are not aware if this is am or pm but judging by the fact there is light outside lets say it is am. Strange that any court sittings would happen at 8 am.
Second, the time behind Guy Pearce jumps between these hours constantly.
Third, the trial happens over days...or so we believe and yet it is always conducted between 8 and 9.
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Anonymous on 03-13-2001
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Gsssgt writes:
Ok, obviously you have never spent any time in the military. If you had you would know that 8 or 9 am is late for military people. Yes, a civilian court would start later, Military courts will always start early.
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