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The mystery of the wall clocks in Liberty Lake

The photo that ran with this business story on Thursday shows former astronaut Mike McCulley visiting with the workers at Liberty Lake’s Insight Direct. (CLICK the link to look at the expanded size version of the image.)

He was speaking inside a hallway at the firm’s office on East Mission. The company sells and supports software for corporate and government clients.

One curious issue is the variety of times on the four wall clocks. One shows the time of about 10 before the hour. The two on the right side of the wall have roughly eight before the hour. The central zone time clock has about five before the hour. Anybody know what time it really is?

Or has this location somehow become a Time and Relativity experiment lab?


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