Daylight Savings Time effective tonight

If you live in an area that follows Daylight Savings Time, remember to set your clocks an hour ahead tonight or tomorrow morning. If you’re reading this for the first time on Sunday morning, well, then, you may already be late for something. (This isn’t site news, really, but it didn’t fit any other category any better…)

5 replies on “Daylight Savings Time effective tonight”

  1. PuppetSocko says:

    Re: Daylight Savings Time effective tonight
    On what nights is it ineffective?

    • fiziko says:

      Re: Daylight Savings Time effective tonight

      On what nights is it ineffective?

      Any night in Saskatchewan, for starters.

      • Eldhrin says:

        Re: Daylight Savings Time effective tonight

        On what nights is it ineffective?

        Any night in Saskatchewan, for starters.

        Man, that’s really bizarre. Remember international readers, Europe still follows sane DST rules!

        • vanyel says:

          Re: Daylight Savings Time effective tonight

          On what nights is it ineffective?

          Any night in Saskatchewan, for starters.

          Man, that’s really bizarre. Remember international readers, Europe still follows sane DST rules!

          There’s no such thing as "sane DST". It’s a crazy idea from the start.

          • Fez says:

            Re: Daylight Savings Time effective tonight

            On what nights is it ineffective?

            Any night in Saskatchewan, for starters.

            Man, that’s really bizarre. Remember international readers, Europe still follows sane DST rules!

            There’s no such thing as "sane DST". It’s a crazy idea from the start.

            Indeed. It’s a big waste of energy. I live in Indiana, as until two years ago, we did not use DST. Apparently, they did a survey of energy use before and after the change, and it’s now worse

            I wish our current excuse for a governor hadn’t forced the change on us.

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