I know no one cares and no one will listen to this, but we are actually in Daylight Savings Time right now in the U.S.
So if you say something is at 8 EST right now, you’re wrong, because that’s Eastern Standard Time. You mean Eastern Daylight Time.
It’s easier to just abbreviate to ET - Eastern Time, or whatever time zone (or CT, MT, PT, and whatever Alaska and Hawaii’s time zones are).
Also, the dollar sign goes IN FRONT of the amount. $100. Not 100$. I don’t know why everyone just all of a sudden started having a hard time with that. I mean, have you ever looked at a receipt? Ordered anything online? Looked at a sales tag? The dollar sign goes FIRST. I mean I understand getting it messed up if you’re not American, because I know in some other countries the currency marker thing goes at the end of the amount. But if you ARE American, and you consistently get it wrong, then I’m sorry, you’re just an idiot.
Or else you’re some kind of recluse who has never been in a store or ever looked to purchase anything online and never had an elementary math book that included word problems about things costing money, in which case, I apologize.