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Yeah, that works out to, like 24 time zones around the world! Where did they get a crazy number like that???? ;)
let me take this argument to the next level:Not only should we eliminate DST in the USA, would should also consolidate times zones from 4 to 3.Yes, THREE time zones and NO DST.
"Yeah, I'm, I'm hip about time. But I just gotta go." - Wyatt, "Captain America"
Hey, he STOLE that line from me!Man, we just gonna GO!
I find it very hard to change my sundial back and forth so always leave it set for "God's" time.
Well if one hour is good, then two should be better still - hell make it three hours, yeah, then everybody gets three more hours of daylight in the evening - yeah that's the ticket.Or maybe 12 hours or some other arbitrary value... :beat_horse
But...1.Atlantic Time Zone2.Eastern Time Zone3.Central Time Zone4.Mountain Time Zone5.Pacific Time Zone6.Alaska Time Zone7.Hawaii–Aleutian Time ZoneTalk about screwing up circadian rhythms! Three time zones in the Lower 48? How would you set that up?
Move to Arizona; I think they still avoid the DST nonsense. Sure wish Indiana had not given in to this stupidity.
I also think we need to go to a 35 hr work week with no loss of pay. We've had 40 hr since the 1930s. It's time to give everyone a raise and 5 hours off or 5 hours of paid overtime. After 80 years of increased productivity and wealth creating it's time for workers to gain some of the benefit. :)
Lannis, we've had a 40 hr week for 80 years, productivity and national wealth have gone up many times. Now we have chronic unemployment and folks unable to retire all over the world- not just in USA. A shorter work week can restore the benefits of the growth we've had over the last 80 years to by ensuring workers get more time and money. The resulting greater wealth will help employ more people.
I also think we need to go to a 35 hr work week with no loss of pay. We've had 40 hr since the 1930s. It's time to give everyone a raise and 5 hours off or 5 hours of paid overtime. After 80 years of increased productivity and wealth creating it's time for workers to gain some of the benefit.
DG-since it gets dark early in the winter, wouldn't it make more sense to keep DST in the winter? And never change off it?
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