The annual grumbling fest for day-light saving

[I better start posting entries again before Sean kicks me off the author list!]

I know day-light saving change has already kicked in for 5 days, it is repeating every year and neominen has already talked about it.

But the truth is, I still cannot get use to it – it’s 7:20pm right now and there is nothing outside looks like 7:20pm. (well, maybe except the fact that all shops are closed…) Also, it seems like time is running much faster than it should be, I slept at 4 something this morning, and it did not feel like 4 in the morning at all.

So, how long does it usually take you to get over the “time difference”?

3 Comments so far

  1. adrock2xander (unregistered) on October 31st, 2006 @ 5:52 pm

    I work on a tight schedule. All i did was set my clock/watch to an hour ahead and it’s all systems go. Simply no time to marvel at the wonder of a sun-lit 8pm.


  2. Henry (unregistered) on October 31st, 2006 @ 6:05 pm

    Agrhhh… Daylight savings almost feels likes jet lag. I’ll probably get over when I catch up on that one hour sleep I missed this week.

    Geez why couldn’t they delay it after the VCE exams… that 1 hour could have meant a huge difference… Thats if I actually studied :P


  3. Laurie (unregistered) on November 1st, 2006 @ 4:45 am

    Never. Since they force us to change our clocks twice a year!

    This’s some sort of governmental control keep them in their place control tactic.

    Revolt!

    Laurie



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