Is anyone with me on this whole time change thing?
Meaning that it's crap.
I keep hearing how people love dalight saving time because there is more light.
There is no more light than if it were standard time. The government just moved it.
It is lighter because there are more daylight hours during the summer.
Between the winter solstice and summer solstice the days gradually get longer.
After the summer solstice, the days gradually shorten until winter solstice where they start lengthening again.
I read that the Department of Energy did a study that we actually do save energy because of the change.
Is it really due to the change?
Or is it because it naturally stays lighter longer during the same time frame as daylight savings time?
Instead of it starting to get light when I get up.
It's gonna be pitch black.
I have a hard enough time getting up at 6 am.
Now, we have come to the end of daylight saving time.
And other people are excited because they get an extra hour of sleep.
Does that even really work?
Don't you kind of lose it at the end of the day?
You know, you end up staying up later since you are not tired and are more tired the next day.
I really wish it would be left well enough alone.
Just leave it standard time all the way around.
I used to know exactly when it would be.
End of April.
End of October.
Congress had to go screw with it some more.
After 50 years.
Yep, it's what I love about America.