1
Nov
2014

Daylight Saving Time - The End Is Near

posted Saturday, November 1st 2014 at 11:19 PM by

Daylight Saving Time

The end is near for daylight saving time. I'm not talking about this year, I'm suggesting it should be over forever. National Geographic cites three big reasons why we should forget about falling back — forever.

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15
Mar
2010

never fall back

posted Monday, March 15th 2010 at 4:42 PM by

Daylight savings time seems to be getting sneakier... I didn't even realize it until 5:30 PM on Sunday that it was actually 6:30 PM... normally I'm prepared weeks in advance, but not so much this year.

But I am pretty excited for the time change, cause now i'll be able to spend more time in the field. plus i'll be using less candles.

Thats win-win.

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28
Oct
2009

fall back time

posted Wednesday, October 28th 2009 at 3:28 PM by

I'm really looking forward to daylight saving time. I think that's what its called. Or are we on daylight saving time now, and switching back to standard time this weekend?

Who knows. But what I do know, is the extra hour of sleep is going to be awesome. So awesome, that we should do it every weekend.

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4
Nov
2007

bonus hour

posted Sunday, November 4th 2007 at 1:33 AM by

Day light saving time is the bee's knees. Totally got an extra hour of sleep, beer drinking, pie, and cartoons.

It doesn't get any better than that. Every daylight saving time makes me think of all the time I waste throughout the year for whatever reason. And the extra hour is one small way of making up for all the things I didn't do during the rest of the year.

Of course its all on borrowed time. In the spring i'll end up paying the hour back. Unless I find a way to change all the clocks back 23 hours, instead of going ahead one. Time machine, anyone?

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