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2012-07-30 2:45 pm
The attribute current_timestamp is not set to utc, but is a synonymn for the now() command, giving the datetime set on the server, which is either EST/EDT or PST/PDT for the US. MySQL does have a utc_timestamp attribute you can use instead.
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