Every day is groundhogs day, er, cinco de mayo May 5, 2004 4:45 AM   Subscribe

When I view the front page while logged out, each new post has its own "May 5" date header.
posted by crunchburger to Bugs at 4:45 AM (5 comments total)

But previous days are normal - one date header followed by that day's posts. This occurs with both IE6 and Firefox.
posted by crunchburger at 4:50 AM on May 5, 2004

Yeah, same here.

Good thing I'm logged in then :)
posted by sebas at 6:00 AM on May 5, 2004

Yeah, me too. Sort of. For me, it's only the first two posts of the day that have their own May 5 header. The rest are fine. Maybe when y'all posted there were only two posts.
posted by evinrude at 9:14 AM on May 5, 2004

There were 3 posts, I think. Had the problem continued, the front page would look rather odd by now for non-members.
Perhaps there was a malfunction in the quantum routers, and those first 2 posts are from alternate-universe Metafilters. Does the evil mathowie have a little goatee like the evil Spock?
posted by crunchburger at 10:06 AM on May 5, 2004

posted by graventy at 1:03 PM on May 5, 2004

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