Out of the Blue

I thought I was prepared for the horrors of the obsolete, confusing and unhealthy jump to daylight saving time. Then the alarm went off this morning and it was pitch black outside, which was still a little disorienting. I know from experience this will change quickly enough as we head into spring, but this just reinforces the questions about why we still do this to ourselves. Here's hoping the growing sentiment we put an end to this gains enough traction to stick soon.

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I'm all in for ending the daylight savings time, as well.
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