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Angst Filled Fuck Up

Angst Filled Fuck Up

Super duper enlightened
Sep 9, 2018
1,707
The worst is having to figure out how to change the time on things like the microwave and your car dashboard all over again, because that's one of those things I seem to magically forget how to do every six months. I was going to say ain't no one got time for that, but I guess I have an extra hour.
 
worldexploder

worldexploder

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Sep 19, 2018
2,823
I’m not a fan ether. Speaking of time - a few years back I got bored and drew up an idea for calendar reform.

A year would have 13 months each with 28 days even. That leaves us with 364 days.

New Years Day would not be included in the 13 months but instead be a day all to itself. The year would officially change at noon instead of midnight. On leap year, the extra day would be absorbed into New Years Day - making it a 48 hour period between the end of 13/28 and the beginning of 1/1.
 
Red star

Red star

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Sep 15, 2018
208
Guess I'll be the black sheep of this thread haha I don't mind.

The clock said 5pm and finding out it was really 4pm made me happy cause I got more time to get shit done : p Oh and it means it gets darker sooner! I'm so for that. I love it getting dark at 5pm.
 
Jen Erik

Jen Erik

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Oct 12, 2018
637
I'm about to ready to climb into bed and it's only 4P here. Which is fine, in and of itself. I just hate the back and forth change and having to acclimate and re-acclimate.
 
your pathologist

your pathologist

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Sep 5, 2018
516
I’m not a fan ether. Speaking of time - a few years back I got bored and drew up an idea for calendar reform.

A year would have 13 months each with 28 days even. That leaves us with 364 days.

New Years Day would not be included in the 13 months but instead be a day all to itself. The year would officially change at noon instead of midnight. On leap year, the extra day would be absorbed into New Years Day - making it a 48 hour period between the end of 13/28 and the beginning of 1/1.
New years at noon?

I always preferred day drinking. Get to sober up
And start again
 
Tragoedia Vitae

Tragoedia Vitae

Experienced
Oct 14, 2018
224
Personally, I'm all for it. The extra hour of sleep is a godsend for me. The return of Daylight Saving Time in March is always soul-crushing. And I'm very much a child of gloom and darkness :tongue: