sudo: timestamp too far in the future

I just finish build the new hardy box at my office. then I go to open the file '/etc/network/interfaces' to add internal ip address and forget something. When I try to open it again, I got this.

pnix@hardy-dev:~$ sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces
sudo: timestamp too far in the future: Apr 29 01:41:32 2008
pnix@hardy-dev:~$ date
Mon Apr 28 18:48:21 ICT 2008
I'm not sure why this happen may be some parts of the system using UTC, other parts using timezone-adjusted time. To fix this try code below to clear timestamp.
pnix@hardy-dev:~$ sudo -k
pnix@hardy-dev:~$ sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces
[sudo] password for pnix:


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