Mailbag: International editionWe cover time zone confusion, safety belts, anonymous hater mail, and beautiful poetry (we think).
[ music ] ^M00:00:07 >> Hey everyone, I'm Molly Wood, and happy new year. Welcome to the CNET Mailbag. The show where we take your feedback about the stuff we do here at CNET. First off today, Roger says I watch the CNET program from France at the end of each day and enjoy it very much. I am particularly partial to Brian Cooley, a great announcer, but would feel a lot more reassured if he put his seatbelt on when he is driving those sporty cars. Best regards to your staff. >> You're not gonna sport shift a car with an RPM redline of forty five hundred, I hope. >> Busted. I am gonna get right on telling Brian about that, because not only is that not safe, it's not even legal. In other international questions, Andrew says, I was just wondering what time CNET Live is on in Sydney, Australia. I'm no good at time zones. Sad face. Also, how do I watch it live? Well here's the answer. It's on at eight am on Friday in Sydney, which is weird because it's live for you, but for us it's the future, cause we record on Thursday. Also, here's a good trick for how to calculate time zones. Just go to Google, type in what time is it in San Francisco, California. It'll tell you, and then you can do the math based on what time it is where you are. Actually Google would probably also do the math for you if you're just really, really not good at math. All right, some hater mail today to start off the new year. Here's the email. Hello Tom, I would like you to know you are stupid. Sincerely, anonymous. Turns out anonymous put his real name in his email address. Good try Kalil [assumed spelling]. Tell you what, if you're gonna be a hater, don't be anonymous about it. Own it. And now for some mysterious broken English poetry. [ background music ] They must mean something, we just don't know what. First, audreymess15 [assumed spelling] writes, I enjoy Shiva very much, not beautiful but fairy. And then Suandeen [assumed spelling] says, if I have power to doing this I will fly to go there and turn on by myself so we are always together and forever until em die, but you not die. Please come on, I'm missing you CNET TV. Deep. Okay everyone, that's it for this week's edition of the CNET Mailbag. Keep your feedback a-comin'. The email address is email@example.com, or send me a postcard. 235 Second Street, San Francisco, California, 94105. See ya next time. ^M00:02:17 [ music ] ^M00:02:21 Like it totally could be a weird love letter, except that sentence I'm missing you CNET TV. I'm so confused. But you not die, no, no. You not die.