Inconsistent behavior in dating
So the time value is '1437004800000L' and considered timezone is UTC and calculated time would be in UTC. And this problem gets reproduced only if user is in timezone which behind the UTC timezone.
Dear Lauren, I’ve been sorta seeing this guy for awhile.
Just because YOU’VE changed your mind doesn't mean HE knows the game has changed. Just because he says he loves you, doesn't mean you have to reciprocate those feelings immediately. Dear Lauren, I’m a good-looking guy, so I know my looks are not the problem. Hi Lauren, I’m friends with this guy and we really get along. He used to text me all the time and now he never texts me unless I text him first.
And then show him, through smiles and thank you’s, that his efforts and gestures are well received. But the bottom line is, I’m just not very good with “relationships” or dating in general. What many of us don’t realise is that operant conditioning is a particularly pertinent factor in dictating where our romantic interests lie.Sociologists at the University of Iowa reported in 2009 that the three qualities thought by both men and woman to be essential in a partner are mutual attraction and love, dependability and emotional stability.You can always introduce some handcuffs into the bedroom to keep things exciting.I have a Java program where I need to set a Calendar object to be midnight, so I followed the instructions from another posting on how to create a Java Date object of midnight today and midnight tomorrow, where you set the fields to be 0, like so: run Test Midnight1() called Original timestamp: 1437004800000= Thursday, July 16, 2015, AM Timestamp after setting to midnight: 1436918400000= Wednesday, July 15, 2015, AM run Test Midnight2() called Original timestamp: 1437004800000= Thursday, July 16, 2015, AM Timestamp after setting to midnight: 1437004800000= Thursday, July 16, 2015, AM As you can see, in run Test Midnight1(), the day changes from July 16 to July 15 after setting the time to midnight! What's more weird is that in run Test Midnight2(), I swap only two lines, and the day correctly stays the same on July 16. Calling set Time Zone() after setting time in millis is changing the timezone in Calendar object. While in second method, the timezone is first set by set Time Zone() to UTC.