The high cost of daylight-saving time
Changing the clock is dangerous to our bodies and hurts the economy. Why continue this outdated policy?
- Tips on coping with daylight-saving time
- Rumor: Daylight-saving time to be year-round
- Areas where the clock doesn't change
This may just be a new low for the idiots that write stories for MSN. Seriously, everyone in this forum is now dumber for having read this.
"An extra hour of sunlight in the evening" and "one extra hour of daylight" are both stupid and incorrect phrases. Daylight savings time does not create daylight, you asshats. The day isn't going to be any longer or any shorter if we get rid of DST.
I'm going to write a new study, and call it "Reading articles on MSN makes people stupid, it hurts the economy, and dogs hate it. So, let's do away with MSN!!"
i love it. It gives me more day light hours to enjoy the outside when I get home from work. I love to grow my own vegetables and I love working in my flower garden. During the winter I feel much like a vampire by going into work when it is dark and coming home when it is dark. By only encountering dark in the winter I find myself depressed by the time February rolls around and my productivity at work drops.
Wait, cows can tell time ? Who knew.
Mr. Peterson, you are full of those cow's droppings.
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