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Sunday, October 29, 2006


I absolutely love the extra hour of much-needed sleep that I get the night we switch the clocks back. The part that makes me sad is thinking about the fact that some of my kids will be getting out of school when it's already dark outside. Depressing.

Also: Upon recommendations from fire safety experts, please remember to replace the batteries in your smoke detectors every time you change the clocks for DST. The clock-changing provides a perfect reminder for the recommended twice-a-year replacement of batteries.

Last year's Daylight Savings Time discussions: I, II


Blogger Charlie Hall said...

Last year's energy bill, which passed the Congress and was signed into law, included an extension of daylight savings time over the objections of Orthodox Jewish organizations. Next year we begin daylight savings time on March 11 and end it on November 4. It was just about the only thing in the bill that actually will save energy.

10:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The extension of DST next year will create additional problems for working people who need to wear tfilin. On the other hand, Friday afternoons will be a bit easier.

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