U.S. lost $433,982,548 because of Daylight Savings Time switch | The Sideshow - Yahoo! News
The above number sounds ridiculously insane to me. It's one hour on a F'n Sunday. Take a nap. Sleep in an extra hour. Go to bed earlier. Stop whining.But the annual switch to Daylight Savings Time reportedly continues to be a costly endeavor, resulting in a net loss of $433,982,548 for the U.S. economy.
At any rate, isn't it time to end this nonsense?
I say leave the clocks "ahead" the one hour that they are now and never change them again.
Lighter at the end of the day is far more enjoyable than lighter earlier in the day. We don't need darker earlier in the day.
What say you?
Should we stop this craziness? Stop changing our clocks back and forth twice a year?
An old Indian once said, "only a white man would think cutting one end of a blanket, off and sewing it onto the other end would give him a longer blanket".
How can we stop this insanity?