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Rename "+1" TV channels to normal channels, and normal channels as "-1" channels

Like daylight saving time for TV schedules, kind of…
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So that when you watch a “+1” channel you won’t feel like you’re late to the party and when you watch a normal channel you’ll feel like you’re ahead of the curve.

hippo, Nov 10 2021

AKA "Timeshift channels" https://en.wikipedi...i/Timeshift_channel
Do you need a TARDIS to watch them? [a1, Nov 10 2021]

Time Traveler's Handbook of 1001 Tense Formations https://hitchhikers...01_Tense_Formations
[a1, Nov 10 2021]

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       +1/2 & -1/2
pocmloc, Nov 10 2021

       this is Greek to those of us who do not watch television.
xandram, Nov 10 2021

       // Greek to me //   

       [xandram], I had to look it up also (link). Even apart from not watching televvion, +1 seems to be a notation not used globally. I don't know if it is used in Greece.
a1, Nov 10 2021

       This would allow this reverse version of a common conversation in our house.   

       "Have you seen the news yet?"   

       "No, I'm going to watch it an hour ago."
zen_tom, Nov 10 2021

       // I'm going to watch it an hour ago //   

       To be mentioned earlier in Dr. Dan Streetmentioner's seminal work "Time Traveler's Handbook of 1001 Tense Formations" (link).
a1, Nov 10 2021


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