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PostPosted: Mon Mar 10, '14, 9:25 pm 
Ah no ! Hope they are not going t change this matter of fact ! For me it's an excellent thing and as I don't sleep a lot and have absolutely no problem about this change, hope it'll continue ! It's just two "changing times", so that is not too binding ! It's Worth the little efforts :)


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 29, '14, 2:52 am 
Just a reminder to everyone that this weekend Daylight Savings Time takes effect once again here in the USA. It's the Fall season so that means it is time for our clocks to "fall back" one hour on Saturday night before you go to bed so you will have the correct time when you wake up Sunday morning. Ugh, I so hate losing that one hour this time every year.


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 6, '15, 8:33 pm 
A reminder, this weekend is Daylight Savings Time once again in the USA. Set your clocks AHEAD one hour before going to sleep Saturday night. It's time to Spring forward!


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 7, '15, 1:19 am 
Ugh, and this has to be one of the Sundays out of the 52 in the year I'm forced to drag my butt into work at 5 in the morning and put up ad signs.

Yeah, not gonna get any sleep Saturday/Sunday. I'll let you know if I start actually hallucinating talking to Phantasy Star characters. >_<


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 11, '15, 12:38 am 
I find Daylight Savings pointless anymore. I'd love to link to the John Oliver segment about it from his show Last Week Tonight, but I can't due to language. It sure made me laugh though.


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 30, '15, 12:14 am 
Yes, it is that time of year once again. This Sunday, November 1, 2015 is when Daylight Savings Time begins, so remember to set your clock BACK one hour before you go to sleep on Saturday night, October 31, which happens to be Halloween. Don't forget to FALL BACK one hour!


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 30, '15, 2:54 pm 
Daylight savings remains as pointless (and potentially harmful) as ever. I wish we'd abolish the practice.

http://www.livescience.com/40903-daylig ... -body.html


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 13, '16, 3:07 am 
Well, it is once again time to do the Daylight Savings Time dance, so to speak. In other words, time to "Spring Forward" and set your clocks ahead by one hour before you go to bed on Saturday night (tonight, March 12) so you won't be late for any events you have planned on Sunday.

Remember, " Spring Forward " by one hour on your clocks, watches, and other time pieces.

I always remember to change my clocks but somehow always forget to set my watch. Therefore I always wind up having to set it on Mondays or whenever I use it next. Bummer!


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 13, '16, 5:24 am 
Gonna keep saying it...can the United States stop with this pointless pinheaded potentially painful practice yet? Ugh. I think the evidence is in that it does a lot of harm, and we're just admitting that we'll willingly fool ourselves.

Of course, some New England states are considering ending it by going to the next time zone east, Atlantic Standard. Some states have also (smartly) abolished this stupid, antiquated practice.

https://www.bostonglobe.com/ideas/2014/ ... story.html


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 10, '17, 1:08 am 
Guess what time it is? That's right! This weekend is Daylight Savings Time and time to "Spring Forward" with those clocks. Remember to set your clock forward (spring forward) one hour before you go to bed on Saturday night (March 11) so you will have the correct time when you wake up on Sunday morning.

The bright side is the evenings are getting longer! Still 24 hours in a day though so I'm not sure how we really save anything. Oh well!!!!!!!!!!


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