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Daylight Savings Time Answered

Don't forget everyone, daylight savings time starts tonight so be sure to "Spring Back" your clocks 1 hour at 2am tonight. And additionally because last year was a leap year when your clock reaches 2am for a second time, spring back an additional hour. If you live in the southern hemisphere the directions should be reversed ie. spring back 2 hours at 1 am. Europeons, please substitute 100 minutes for one hour to account for the metric conversion.

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LinuxH4x0r (author)2009-03-08

Ugh, stupid government. Now everything changes at the wrong time.

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Rock Soldier (author)LinuxH4x0r2009-03-08

Before you know it, The goverment will make all workers and schoolers start at 2:00 am. till 12:00 a, for a 00:30 to 1:00 hour sleeping time.I hope they don't read this and get ideas...

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Doctor What (author)2009-03-08

Just realizes that he set his clocks back last night instead of forward.

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Lithium Rain (author)2009-03-08

Roflol! But I wonder if someone will actually take this advice... D:

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caitlinsdad (author)Lithium Rain2009-03-08

I sure was hungry around breakfast time. And tired...

you mean this was a....scam?

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n8man (author)2009-03-07

Uhh, I thought it was spring forward, fall back. My Wii automatically sprung forward so I believe you may have it mixed up. If there was supposed to be any joke before the Metric conversion part, I must have missed it.

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Tool Using Animal (author)n8man2009-03-08

Your Wii was made in Japan, that explains the discrepancy.

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NachoMahma (author)Chicken22092009-03-08

. pssst. It's humo(u)r. If the thing about the Southern Hemisphere didn't tip you off, the metric deal should have.

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Kiteman (author)2009-03-08

The clocks in the UK don't change for another 2 weeks.

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lemonie (author)Kiteman2009-03-08

(It was worth a try though) L

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jessyratfink (author)2009-03-08

It is spring forward, pretty sure. That's what I did. :)

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Can I add that this was posted right after I woke up?

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caitlinsdad (author)2009-03-07

Okay, I set my clock back. I also set my alarm to get me back up when it hits 2am so I can spring back again. Is this where jet lag comes in because you have to wake up every hour to spring back?

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