>I thought I'd noticed a few times lately that the stopwatch timer was
>acting weird. I twice thought that I looked when the watch said
>10:30, then moments later it would say 10:05. But the final value
>would always seem correct.
>This happened again tonight. I was certain the timer was at 17:30,
>then later it was about the same. I wondered if it compensated for
>its errors, and sure enough, I watched the timer rollover from 17:59
>to 19:00. So it screwed up but corrected itself.
>Could this just be a low battery? Anyone seen this?
It's a little-known fact that GPS systems disrupt the space : time
continuum. Thus you can, in actuality, be in two different places
and in two different times simultaneously.
I suggest that you purchase a large ball of string. Tie one end of
the string to your front door and carry the ball, unwinding it as you
run. That way, if the infernal GPS machine whooshes you into another
dimension, all you have to do is follow the string back to your
original time and place and you can log onto rec.running to ***
about the thing again.
OTOH, you could throw away the GPS and get back to real running.