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Saturday, April 02, 2005

Daylight Baking Time

In most of the United States, the clocks "spring ahead" tomorrow morning at two A.M. Here in Arizona, they stay the same. It's just too friggin' hot in the summertime to have an extra hour of heat in the evening! After years of experimentation in WWI and II, states and cities could do what they wanted, making a big mess timewise in just a few miles. In 1966, Congress made DST permanent, but now states can decide whether they want it or not. Hawaii and parts of Indiana also say no to DST. Don't know what their excuses are...

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