ATTN JMS: Series Time equal "REAL" time?

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Mon Nov 20 07:15:00 EST 1995

Subject: ATTN JMS: Series Time equal "REAL" time?
+  1: Nov 13, 1995: marty.tabnik at (Marty Tabnik)
*  2: Nov 19, 1995: straczynski at


From: marty.tabnik at (Marty Tabnik)
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Will time on B5 continue to equal (more or less) "real" time?
That is, will the next 2.8 or so years of B5 programs
run about the same 2.8 or so years of on B5?
Not counting flashbacks, flashforwards, and, uh, er, flashers. <g>


Thanks for dropping that hokey tag
        The name of the place is
                Babylon 5!
Every time I heard it, I heard the slurpin' sax intro to Chris
Kenner's Golden Oldie "I Like It Like That" ("Come on, let me
show you where it's at!").  Heck, Joe, it even scans correctly!
 * SLMR 2.1a * If it weren't for time, everything would happen at once.


From: straczynski at
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     Yes, one year of story time equals 1 year of "real" time.


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