|11-06-2007 07:47 PM|
Yea, I already have an issue getting anywhere on time.
I'd be screwed.
|11-06-2007 07:17 PM|
just be kinda weird to me to have to be at work before i leave the house
|11-06-2007 03:54 PM|
X2! gotta love AZ!
|11-06-2007 03:31 PM|
WoW what time does the sun come up?
|11-06-2007 03:15 PM|
|11-06-2007 02:56 PM|
|1BLKJP||What's daylight savings?|
|11-06-2007 02:50 PM|
|activelydying||Dude, that sucks.|
|11-06-2007 02:37 PM|
|rebelBullDawg325||lol, i live right on the border of eastern and central time zone.... it'll be 5:00 at my house, i'll drive 3 minutes, and its 4:03 at my buddis house. pretty crazy|
|11-06-2007 01:35 PM|
|activelydying||This was the first year I remembered and didn't show up an hour early for work.|
|11-06-2007 12:41 PM|
|11-06-2007 12:37 PM|
Oh, I love daylight savings time.
Hate "standard" time --- whatever that means. Why is it standard if we use it less?
|11-06-2007 11:39 AM|
|skeeter||I hate daylight savings.|
|11-06-2007 09:36 AM|
To avoid awkward jumps in the time when travelling, timezones should be continuous rather than discrete. So Sydney would be GMT+10.07 instead of GMT+10. All watches would have inbuilt GPSes, so as to be able to correct the time as they move.
The disorienting jump of daylight saving can also be avoided. Instead of setting the clock back or forward a whole hour all at once, it would be changed by one minute per day for sixty days.
This will upset the cows less.