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A post by CharlieF to the BIOS forum (http://e2e.ti.com/support/embedded/bios/f/355.aspx) was made "sticky" and appropriately appears near the top of the list. However, the date that appears underneath it is "Sat, Dec 31 1796 10:00 PM".
Which seems early.
Now what you don't know is that, in fact, CharlieF is part of a secret TI experiment at creating time travel over at Kilby Labs. He actually took his laptop back to 1796 and made a post and then came back to test the time travel machine.
Thanks for reporting, we will take a look at the bug
Foe - Texas Instruments WW Community Program Manager
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