Daylight savings 2012 begins tomorrow, March 11..

 

Friendly reminding..
Daylight savings 2012 begins tomorrow, March 11.
Clocks are moved forward one hour from 2am standard time to 3am daylight savings time.

Have a EARLY and happy Sunday!!

OH MAN...

abin wrote:

Friendly reminding..
Daylight savings 2012 begins tomorrow, March 11.
Clocks are moved forward one hour from 2am standard time to 3am daylight savings time.

Have a EARLY and happy Sunday!!

I am already tired from lack of sleep!!!!!

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Bobkz - Garmin Nuvi 3597LMTHD/2455LMT/C530/C580- "Pain Is Fear Leaving The Body - Semper Fidelis"

and

at the same time, change the batteries in the smoke & carbon monoxide detectors.

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Ah, life in Arizona

Looking forward to ocean

Looking forward to ocean swimming after work!

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Here

CraigW wrote:

http://azdailysun.com/news/local/state-and-regional/what-time-is-it-in-arizona-it-depends-on-where/article_14251480-7402-590f-9a58-c73b9b64ab7e.html

Here in Phoenix we'll wake up tomorrow morning and it will be LA time - I think rolleyes as Hawaii, Arizona outside the Navajo Indian territories, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam and the Northern Marianas stay on standard time,

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And...

canuk wrote:

at the same time, change the batteries in the smoke & carbon monoxide detectors.

Remember all the other battery powered gadgets you count on to monitor your health and protect your safety... glucose meters, NOAA Weather Radio, etc...

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Drive careful

Drive careful, look for sleepy driver....because people have to wake up earlier.

Thanks for the reminder

I see the time just changed a few minutes ago, updated my clock.

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Happy Daylight Savings TIme!

Thanks, Happy Daylight Savings TIme!

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no wonder i am awake so early ...

... time to go get breakfast.

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it's the dog's fault

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DST

Got all* my clocks/watches this morning.

*until I find the one(s) I missed. confused wink laugh out loud

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Boooo

Boooo

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Five to set

Watch, battery powered clock in kitchen, bedroom clock, microwave, stove.

Done, done, done !

Everything else does it on it's own. Ain't technology great ?

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Our pastor has this policy

Our pastor has this policy that no one should lose an hour of sleep due to the government decide to change the time at 2am in the morning when most people are trying to sleep in on Sunday before going to work on Monday. So when this time rolls around each year, he tells us not to change your clock until after you have attending morning service which actually makes a lot of sense, this way you do not lose your hour sleep, unless you have to be somewhere that requires you to change your clock the night before.

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Convenient logic.

nickjr wrote:

...So when this time rolls around each year, he tells us not to change your clock until after you have attending morning service which actually makes a lot of sense, this way you do not lose your hour sleep, unless you have to be somewhere that requires you to change your clock the night before.

Of course you still lose it ... all this does is change it from early Sunday morning to Sunday afternoon. You still lose the hour so all you have done is change the lost hour of sleep from Sunday morning to Monday morning.

Using this same line of reasoning, you might enjoy my post from another thread on POI Factory regarding DST:

alandb wrote:

twisted I kind of like that idea of Daily DST instead of annual DST that I read about somewhere online (maybe it was in this forum but I can't find it now). You "spring forward" every day at 2 PM. That way you get to go home from work 1 hour sooner and enjoy an extra hour of daylight. You then "fall back" at 2 AM to get the hour back and enjoy that extra hour of sleep.

All in favor ... cool laugh out loud

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Well yippie

Well yippie

booooo .. hate losing an

booooo sad .. hate losing an hour of sleep sad

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not a problem

nansoutey wrote:

booooo sad .. hate losing an hour of sleep sad

I just slept over, no problem there grin

they may put an end to this

I am sure that most of you heard about a Senator for Ohio he is trying to put an end on this daylight saving time change,and I agree it is more trouble that is worth.they should live it alone..

Daylight Savings

One more hour of daylight, love it!!!

I don't think it's needed these days

With our 24 hour society today, I don't think the claimed savings make up for the inconvenience.

Still getting used to it.

Still getting used to it. haha

More daylight later in the

More daylight later in the day is always better wink

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-Chris

DST

I prefer DST. They could leave it there all year long & I would be a happy camper.

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To make everyone happy

why not make it permanent but instead of a 60 minutes change, make the change only 30 minutes.

Thinking of it this way makes you see how ridiculous the DST thing is. It's more political than anything else.

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If you don't know where you are going, you might wind up someplace else. - Yogi Berra

I agree

Gary A wrote:

I prefer DST. They could leave it there all year long & I would be a happy camper.

Two votes for DST

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DST-No longer (if it ever

DST-No longer (if it ever was) a good idea

Huh?

WAASup wrote:

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what's this?

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A "deletion"

brenda7 wrote:
WAASup wrote:

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what's this?

On this forum, reply posts can be edited by their author (until someone replies to it) but a post can not be deleted. In case a member wants to remove a message posted while editing is still allowed, at least one character needs to be left in the Subject and Comment.

In this case, it looks like the writer ended up with a double-post, hence the near removal of the 2nd one.

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