Yes, it does state that "than" is used in a comparative statement and that "then" is used for time markers and sequences of events.
However, @Boombox's question is not directly related to a comparison between anything.
Therefore, if you had learned anything at school then you would know that there are exceptions to many rules within the English language with, this being one of them.
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