11 a.m. is late in the morning. It switches from AM to PM at 12 p.m. Midnight marks the transition from PM to AM. If you're asked to report for duty at 11:00, that means "OK, let's go!" At noon, if it's still 11:00, then something has gone wrong. They should be asking you about your shift schedule, not sending you on your way at once!
He made an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on February 8, 2009. He was there to promote his new album, Up Here Only God Forgets.
During the interview, which can be seen here, Jimmy asks Jay what time it is and when told it's 11:15, replies "Oh no, not again!". Apparently, this is a common response when he appears on television interviews.
Also, during this interview, he mentions having two molars removed. This was done because they were causing problems with his chewing mechanism.
Finally, he says he wants to thank his wife for being so supportive throughout all these years. She hasn't left his side even though he has been through quite a few tours and concert appearances.
As a general rule, the day begins at 12:00 a.m. The day is divided into two half (24 hours = 12 hours before midday + 12 hours after midday), therefore it is the 11th hour before midday at 11 a.m. When the clock strikes twelve again, the time is converted to PM (after midday), thus it's 12 PM after 11 AM and 12 AM after 11 PM.
However, when there are less than 24 hours in a day, the night ends at midnight. Thus, it is the 11th hour before midnight at 11 PM when the clock strikes twelve again, the time is converted to PM, thus it's 1 PM after 11 AM and 2 AM after 11 PM.
For example, if the clock says 7:30 A.M., you can be sure that it is actually before noon because the morning doesn't last forever. So, it's probably around 9 or 9:30 A.M.
Similarly, if the calendar says 4:15 P.M., you can be sure that it is actually after midnight because there are only 24 hours in a day. So, it must be between 3:15 and 4:15 A.M.
In short, the clock goes back an hour after 11 PM and converts the time to PM. Therefore, it's 1 PM after 11 AM and 2 AM after 11 PM.
00 a.m. marks the start of a new day. The previous day ends at 11:59 p.m. and today's date is expressed by using the word "today", followed by the month, followed by the day of the month.
Midnight is when the minute hand of a clock reaches the middle point, it is said to be marking midnight. But what happens if you miss the midnight mark? Well, according to U.S. law, people need to stop working at some point. So the law allows for half days to be taken off (without any pay) if they fall on Saturday or Sunday. If this occurs more than once in a month, then the person has earned themselves overtime pay. Of course, if the employee refuses to accept overtime, then their employer can't force them to do so.
In Canada, employees are required to work for eight hours every day, except for certain public holidays that include Victoria Day, Canada Day, and Labour Day. If an employee works past 8:00 p.m., they are considered to have worked until 9:00 a.m. the next morning and will be paid for one hour of overtime per week, which averages out to about $25 extra per month.