Daylight Savings Time, a Shame?
November 2, 2014
If you are like many Americans, you woke a little earlier this morning, at least according to the clock. Your body, like most, is not quite yet used to sleeping an hour later. It will take a few days, but by the time we spring forward again in March of 2015, you will be well settled, and not quite ready to lose an hour sleep. The cycle will go on though.
I, for one, am pretty indifferent about Daylight Savings Time, but I must admit, it hasn’t always seemed the most logical thing to me. It is a little nicer having the later sunset, but that comes at the expense of the later sunsrise. In the end, it seems to be a wash to me. Then I ran across this article on The Atlantic making the statement that Daylight Savings Time is America’s Greatest Shame. While that is probably a bit of an overstatement, the article was interesting to say the least. After reading it, I am wondering why we go through this song and dance twice a year.
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