Daylight Ravings Time

Daylight Savings ends while we sleep tonight in most of North and Central America (and already has in other parts of the world). So don’t forget to set back your clocks. But be warned! If we keep doing this, who knows what might happen to the space-time continuum in the future?!

Stitch in Time

It’s November 6th, 2547. Do you know where your interdimensional quantum re-calibrator is?


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19 Responses to Daylight Ravings Time

  1. trE says:

    Haha. This has always been rather weird to me. I never really feel as if I’ve “gained” an hour.

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  2. Clocks changed already. No worried.

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  3. ejstoo says:

    I do it Sunday…because I wait all year to post this. It’s Cher saying to turn back time on Sunday…and I have already Chered it πŸ˜€ Happy Time Change. Sorry, slow on the uptake…had family thing come up.

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  4. revruss1220 says:

    My wife and I were in France last weekend and discovered that those clever French “fell back” last Sunday… on Halloween.

    So I guess sadly that means we will now be an hour behind the rest of the U.S.

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  5. southernhon1 says:

    It’s going to take me the next month to recover from the time change.

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  6. Jack Gator says:

    First Nation up here in the North says: “Only a fool would cut a foot off of the bottom of a blanket, sew it back on at the top and think he had a longer blanket” It’s dark in the morning up here anyway. It’s dark when the sunlight is eclipsed by the rotation of our earth. If we put away our ‘clocks’ nothing would change.

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  7. The American Sleep Association is petitioning to have DST stopped. I’m voting for that if I find out it’s not some sick rumor and has some basis in fact. It takes me months to get my sleep sort of normal. So tomorrow will it be 2 or 3 a.m. when I wake up at 3. Trying hard to stay awake now.

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  8. numrhood says:

    2547 what if year 5022

    genesis 25:45 & 50:45

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  9. Linda Lee/Lady Quixote says:

    I set all of our clocks back earlier in the evening. A few minutes later, my husband asked me: “Do you have any idea why my phone says it’s 7:15, when the clock on the microwave says it’s 6:15?” He was genuinely puzzled.

    It takes so little to amuse me sometimes. πŸ˜€

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  10. As a gazer of the heavens, both naked eye and telescopically enhanced, it’s during Michigan summers when I need to wait till way past 10 p.m. before the sky darkens sufficiently. And, even then, the streetlights do the utmost to turn night into day. I seriously doubt the Big Guy, above, had either artificial lighting or Daylight Saving Time in mind when He said, β€œLet there be light.”

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  11. I like having DST but dislike falling back almost as much as I dislike springing forward.

    This year I am trying a new wrinkle.  When I reset the clocks in the evening of 11-07, I also reset my alarm time to an hour earlier (by the clock) and started making a serious effort to get into bed an hour earlier (by the clock) every night.  So far, so good.

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