Daylight Saving Time Ends (in the US)

Dear Readers

Please remember that on Sunday (Nov. 5, 2012 in the US) our clocks get set back an hour, that means 2 am becomes 1 am (it is like a sick version of time travel).

Please join me in contacting your congress person, state representatives, county and city officials in order to STOP F****ING WITH TIME CHANGES. This is 2012, we no longer need them.

The benefits of arbitrary time changes are disputed, and it makes everyone stressed and miserable. It is not consistently enacted around the world making scheduling international travel and communication tricky.

Twice a year people have to remember to change their clocks – and remember which direction to move them (not rocket science, but still not fun). Day light saving time messes up the established sleep routines of young children and their families, and accomplishes nothing. We should find a system of time that works and stick to it.

That said, I hope you enjoy your “extra” hour on Sunday morning when 2 am becomes 1 am and you get to relive 1-2am all over again. Take that time to contact the people who claim to represent you and get them to abolish daylight saving time once and for all!

Thank you,

Kat @ Kindism


2 thoughts on “Daylight Saving Time Ends (in the US)

  1. Lorena says:

    I’m with you. Like if we didn’t have enough change around us with a new daily computer table and Windows 8 and what not. To hell with time changes.

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