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8 minutes ago, Robwin said:

Thought it ended last weekend? well it did in the UK anyway lol

Some Countries changed on October 28th.  There are a couple of Countries that change November 4th.

 

Daylight Savings Time needs to be Abolished. It may have had some Meaningful Purpose Years ago but in Todays Standards it's No Longer Needed.

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30 minutes ago, StnCld316 said:

Some Countries changed on October 28th.  There are a couple of Countries that change November 4th.

 

Daylight Savings Time needs to be Abolished. It may have had some Meaningful Purpose Years ago but in Todays Standards it's No Longer Needed.

Quite agree

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Wrong answer Max. Others have changed also.

The two US states that don't observe Daylight Saving Time are Arizona and Hawaii.

Daylight Saving Time is also NOT observed in Hawaii, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, the US Virgin Islands, and the Northern Marianas.

In Arizona, the Navajo Indian Reservation does observe DST. The Navajo Nation participates in the Daylight Saving Time policy due to its large size and location in three states.

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4 hours ago, SPYING 1 said:

We need Daylight Saving Time, when the children go to school it would be to dark in the morning without DST

8:00 in the Morning shouldn't be that dark.  Where I am at it has always been light outside at 8:00 in the morning.

They could always adjust the School Hours ahead or back if needed.   :biggrin:

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44 minutes ago, blue is the colour said:

Daylight saving time was designed for our Scottish Farmers... I am English and wish they would leave the clocks alone.

There are some Countries that no longer follow Daylight Savings Time.  Most of the World would be thankful not having to change their clocks twice a year.

All Governments have to do is Grow a set of Balls and Abolish DST.  It doesn't cost anything.  After the Bill is Abolished they just go to their Filing Cabinets pull out the Bill and put it through a Paper Shredder.

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The California politicians have nothing better to do these days---this is on our November 6 ballot

Yes/No Statement. A YES vote on this measure means: The Legislature, with a two-thirds vote, could change daylight saving time if the change is allowed by the federal government. Absent any legislative change, California would maintain its current daylight saving time period (early March to early November).

 

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1 minute ago, happyone said:

The California politicians have nothing better to do these days---this is on our November 6 ballot

Yes/No Statement. A YES vote on this measure means: The Legislature, with a two-thirds vote, could change daylight saving time if the change is allowed by the federal government. Absent any legislative change, California would maintain its current daylight saving time period (early March to early November).

 

I voted YES on NO. :biggrin:

(But that was before I voted NO on YES.)

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On 11/4/2018 at 4:04 PM, SPYING 1 said:

We need Daylight Saving Time, when the children go to school it would be to dark in the morning without DST

I'm hoping one of our Alaska members will chime in. There is not enough daylight to save by the time they get to the Winter Solstice.

I say, change the hours of operation for affected businesses, set the clock ahead or behind by one-half hour, and leave the damn clock there all year round.

 

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