Sundials in most areas will not be correct on Sunday...

HecticArt

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At the very least, if we have to have time changes, can't we always get the extra hour of sleep? :clueless:
Am I right people?
 

semipenguin

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At the very least, if we have to have time changes, can't we always get the extra hour of sleep? :clueless:
Am I right people?
We could lose an hour every two weeks if we add an extra day every calendar year :)

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Vols44

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I swear I've been on spring time the whole year. Sounds crazy, but I use to get tired early and wake up too early no matter what I tried. Slept good last night and feel like a million dollars today. I bet the new time frame will allow the sundial sync with my body clock. Nothing sucks more than laying in bed awake waiting for the alarm to go off.