Time, date stamps: RELATIVE
So the homepage or the order page says it's October 21st and it's really October 19th... Sometimes I need a break. I don't use those fancy code clocks that update every second. I think they're so fake.
You can have a web site that you haven't updated for six years and the clock says "This page was updated on today's date", and it's all done with software and code.
In other words, the web's version of smoke and mirrors.
Don't be fooled. I update every page by hand, and ALMOST every day. But sometimes I just need a day to rest up from computer eye-strain. That's why it says it's two days later than it is.
Think of it as 2 extra days of life.
Think of it as a time-machine.
Think of it as Dali messing with the time!