Today's 98.3 TRY Social Dilemma came from Marcia and it's about time. Here's the email: Hi Jaime. I just had an argument with my boss about something and I'm wondering what other people think. I told my boss that I had a doctors appointment and would not in the office at 9. He said he wanted to schedule a meeting with staff, and I told him anytime after 10am would be fine. He scheduled it for 10am. After he did that, I informed him that 10:00 is not AFTER 10:00! When I said anytime after 10, I meant that my appointment would go to 10 so I would be back by 10:30, and that's when he should have booked the meeting. He completely disagreed. Who is right? Help me out. Thanks ~ Marcia. This is interesting. I would have thought that anytime after 10 meant 10 or later. But now in thinking about it, she's right. 10:00 is not after 10:00, so I guess 10:30 or later would be more accurate. What do you think? Does "any time after 10:00a," mean 10:00a, or 10:30?! Let's help Marcia out and let me know on the TRY Facebook page.