Brazilian dude said:"Your ME or whatever it is is playing tricks on you...I don't think を could be used"
...I see now, BD, thanks - I hadn't noticed that IME selection when typing - and, although easily considering 「時間」 the "stolen object", I find your suggestion to 「が」 more suitable - you know, in a recent post we were just speaking about the appreciated growing use of 「を」 in "alternance/misunderstandable sentences" to 「が」.
There is still the direct object in its own place and role. The passive sentence can take both が and を. An unequivocally in situ direct object would be;Brazilian dude said:I don't think を could be used in these examples since we don't have the direct object anymore, but the subject of a passive verb. I'd definitely use ga.