They've done it to me again. Made me turn the clocks back an hour. Now, if they'd just explain to me how I can get my internal clock changed, I'd be doing okay.
This nonsense of re-setting our clocks twice a year is just that, nonsense. You can't save any daylight, I don't care how you set the clocks. And if you did save daylight, how come it all goes away when you change the clocks back again? Huh? And over the period of time that we're saving all that daylight, how come we don't wind up with an extra day or even a week before the clocks change again? I, for one, could have used that extra time.
Yes, we allegedly got an extra hour's sleep last night but a fat lot of good that did me all day today when I had no idea if it was lunch time, an hour early or an hour late! I'm just totally out of sync for at least two weeks when we reset the clocks!
It's now 11:30 p.m. or is it 10:30 p.m.? I suppose it depends on whether you believe the clock on the wall, or the one in my head! I'm still not sure!
Thanks for the laugh!
I totally agree. Silly me had gotten tired of the blinking clocks on some of my electronics about a week ago, and forgetting we still had to "fall back" this weekend, I set them all. Now I get to do it all over again (although it probably won't happen until just before we "spring forward").
And as for that extra hour, I spent it resetting the necessary clocks today. "Time" well spent? I think not.
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