Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Hosta, Oct 27, 2012.
remember the clocks go back an hour tonight!
I don't know if it's different by you,but it's not until Nov. 4th here.
Daylight Saving Time 2012: Why and When Does It Begin?
well...it's tonight over in the UK
there is no daylight savings here, so I'm not worried.
aaaah the benefits of living in another country ....the other is....being able to buy TFs that you cannot get in the UK
ah, but the UK gets all sorts of cool stuff we can't find in the States.
We do observe daylight savings time here in the Continental US with the exception of the state of Arizona. They're weird like that.
you don't know the half of it.
That doesn't mean our phones don't go on daylight savings, unless they're setup correctly, which most aren't.
uiuuhhh everything I've seen says November 4th for the United States
I tried to find England's but the problem I am having with Bing and transversed to google
Ugh, I hate Daylight Savings Time. Saskatchewan doesn't participate so the shows airs at different times from my perspective. Which means I have to remember if stuff's on an hour later or earlier.
But thanks for reminding me of it, and to the people who got the date for NA right.
Aw, but I won't be able to watch Canada's Worst Driver with my mom...
Yeah, I used to live there too & always liked how we didn't fuck around with our clocks, but missing TV shows was definitely annoying haha.
It's always nice to gain an hour's kip. Sucks if I've set the telly machine to record a show during the change though. Sometimes it gets it right and sometimes it spazzes out and I'll only get half a show.
Also have to remember to apply this to when I'm speaking to people from various timezones when theirs hasn't changed yet or I arrive for the chat an hour early or late depending on if it went forwards or back.
im so happy its next week and not today....it wont be my shift that does the 13hr shift that night lol
Spring DST i like working during the change tho (work 11hrs but get 12hrs worth) lol
My mother works night shifts and she says the exact same thing.
Damn DST. At least it was over the weekend this year...
I don't particularly understand why we have it over here, I'm told something to do with Scottish children getting hit by traffic on the way to school in winter, but that sounds a little BS-y to me.
Either way, I could happily live without it.
Isn't it always over the weekend? On a Saturday night/early Sunday morning? So as not to disrupt the working week.
I couldn't say, I haven't been keeping track
I forgot the clocks went back today, had Archery at 10 in the morning, when my iPod alarm went off at 8:55, I looked at my watch and it said 9:55....don't think i've ever jumped out of bed that quickly
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