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    North America commences daylight savings time three weeks early this year, ending it one week later in the fall, with the exception of a province/state or two.
    Do you expect any problems with computerized programs? Some of the doom and gloom people of Y2K have returned....
    Quote me as saying I was mis-quoted.
    Groucho Marx

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    A poll was done by a Boston radio station asking if they approve of this
    time change. 56% of those polled said that they do not approve of the time
    change.

    How can we save energy?

    We are now in the morning having to leave the lights on later.
    And my daugther who is high school, will now be going to
    school in the dark.

    I wasn't aware this also affects Canada as well
    Not sure if this affects cities in Europe.
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    • #3
      I went to school in the dark. Came home in the heat. I don't know. Maybe just leave it alone? I hate it more now than ever.

      Congress needs to address the war, crime and it's self. Let me worry about weather I need to get up early or late.
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      • #4
        maybe I'm just a selfish bastard but my worry is I am going to lose an hour of pay. It may only be 8 bucks but it is still my 8 bucks
        Todd

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        • #5
          Originally posted by copelandamuffy
          I wasn't aware this also affects Canada as well
          Not sure if this affects cities in Europe.
          Not sure if Europe actually change the clocks, but sure does mess up conference calls.

          Canada and the US do 1 billion dollars a day in trade, it makes sense for us to follow suit.
          Quote me as saying I was mis-quoted.
          Groucho Marx

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          • #6
            Originally posted by tlangsr
            maybe I'm just a selfish bastard but my worry is I am going to lose an hour of pay. It may only be 8 bucks but it is still my 8 bucks
            Try to work the change back next November, and get it back.
            Quote me as saying I was mis-quoted.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Eric
              Not sure if Europe actually change the clocks, but sure does mess up conference calls.

              Canada and the US do 1 billion dollars a day in trade, it makes sense for us to follow suit.
              Here's a link about DST around the world.
              http://www.infoplease.com/spot/daylight1.html
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