And then you have to check the difference and adjust all your clocks manually every day to make them show the correct time...
I much prefer it in the morning. No DST. I leave for work 5'ish and leave at 2:30. I don't care about evening sunlight as I"m falling asleep at 8 or 9pm anyhow.It's not that DLS needs to die. Standard time needs to die and DLS needs to be all year. I much prefer more sun in the evening.
I much prefer it in the morning. No DST. I leave for work 5'ish and leave at 2:30. I don't care about evening sunlight as I"m falling asleep at 8 or 9pm anyhow.
Why buy them when they've been in your family for >100 years?The old fashioned manual clock without a computer and connectivity to back it up is so quaint. Who even buys these anymore?
"Sun noon" was the norm in Sweden until the railway network was built.Actually local noon changes only a few minutes over the course of a year so ... would be off ... by only a couple minutes depending on day of the year.
Florida has wanted to pass something to stay on Summer time, but the way the law is written can't. You can only opt out of DST, not opt to stay in DST. For it to be done differently Congress would have to change the laws