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USAians and Canadians, time change tonight

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Oct. 31st, 2009 | 11:19 pm
mood: awake

This is the "Fall back" switch from Daylight Savings Time, so set your clocks to 11 pm at midnight or whenever: you can always check timeanddate.com, just to be sure. I'm going to try and think of it as an extra hour to sleep in or get things done.

ETA to add Our Neighbors To The North

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from: impasto
date: Nov. 1st, 2009 09:29 am (UTC)

*g* No worries! Only some of us, anyway...the crazy farmers in Saskatchewan don't follow DST, along with a few random cities from coast to coast that buck the trend (which reminds me of The West Wing episode "20 Hours in America,").

Daylight Savings Time was most confusing when I lived in the UK, because they observe it too, but they switch a week or two earlier or later than North America, and it was hard enough to keep up with my family with an 8-hour time difference, never mind 9 hours (and the fact that I didn't know about the DST difference, leading me to wake my mom at 5 a.m. one day instead of our usual 6 a.m. chat, whoops!).

In short, time zones utterly befuddle me, and I am grateful that you are here to poke me. <3

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from: msilverstar
date: Nov. 1st, 2009 06:30 pm (UTC)

I love DST because I like having more light in the evening. But so it goes. http://timeanddate.com is so convenient!

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