- March 8, 2008 at 12:19 pm #256382LissKeymaster
I wish it was DST all the time. I absolutely hate when it gets dark before 5:00 in the winter. I'd rather havedarkness in the morning. It doesn't reallyeffect how muchelectricity I use in the am because when I go towork early I'm upbefore the sun anyway.
I'm really looking forward to tomorrow. It will be staying light until after 7 pm now and I'llget to do some outdoors stuff after workonce it warms up.
To each their own I guess.
Patty in PA
On 3/8/08, Karen Pierce[/b] <email@example.com> wrote:I agree…it bites all the way around. Last year in June my mom and I were driving through Indiana and I believe it was in Terre Haute that they don't observe DST…we were so confused driving through Indiana, we didn't know WHAT time it was from one city to the next!
I think it should be abolished….doesn't do any good anyway. No matter what way you look at it, there are still the same number of hours of daylight, no matter where they set the clocks. The disadvantages outweigh the advantages and it all evens out anyway. The only thing DST accomplishes is screwing up everyone's personal time tables, everyone's clocks and computers.
there may have been a time for it….but that time is long gone.
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I am from Indiana and am definately not used to DST it at all. It totallly
screws up my kids bed time. Who Wants to go to bed when it's still daylight
out? I used to be able to get up early in the summer and get stuff done
before everyone else got up No More. Daylight Savings Time BiTES! Thanks for
letting me vent
On Sat, Mar 8, 2008 at 7:19 AM, Liss <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:.
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