Wednesday, 22 February 2017

An Opposite Temporal Concept.

right here/right now

Now this is really going to sound weird.

M- weirder than normal?

I think so – I’m about to say ‘ tomorrow was…’

WAS! That’s weird – don’t you mean yesterday?

No – I want to refer to the post that is about to come, not the one that has just been.

You’re bringing back ‘future posts’!? I don’t think it was that successful the first time.

Well, not exactly – I’m referring to the post that precedes this one chronological in time (tomorrow) not the one that precedes this one spatially (yesterday).

Is it not a bit weird to use ‘precedes’ for two opposite temporal constructs?

I told you it was going to sound weird.

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