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Tonight Is Fall Back Night

Discussion in 'The OT' started by Drucifer, Nov 3, 2012.

  1. Davenlr

    Davenlr Geek til I die

    Sep 16, 2006
    Its not the clock changing. I have a sleep disorder, and its hell for me to readjust my body to wake up an hour earlier in the spring. Im late for work two days a week for a month every spring. Luckily my boss understands.
  2. Lord Vader

    Lord Vader Supreme Member DBSTalk Club

    Sep 20, 2004
    Galactic Empire
    Oh, I don't doubt it, which is why I have never said--or even thought--that I've had things tougher than the military. It's also one big reason why those who serve and have served have earned my utmost respect. !pride
  3. AntAltMike

    AntAltMike Hall Of Fame

    Nov 20, 2004
    It's halftime in the Giants-Steelers game, and so decided to rake the leaves, because the town vacuum truck comes by tomorrow, but I see that it is pitch black out. Too bad.
  4. TBlazer07

    TBlazer07 Large Member DBSTalk Club

    Feb 5, 2009
    And for those with no clocks, no problem.
  5. hilmar2k

    hilmar2k Hall Of Fame

    Mar 18, 2007
    That I can understand. But earlier in the thread there was a bunch of clock setting complaints. I much prefer the extra daylight in the evening, but not at the expense of it being dark still at 7:00 in the morning.
  6. spartanstew

    spartanstew Dry as a bone

    Nov 16, 2005
    Wylie, Texas
    That's bizarre.

    Sometimes if my kids are sick, I might be up with them until 3 or 4 in the morning, but I still get up on time.

    Even when I traveled from Coast to Coast every week and had frequent time changes, I could still manage to get up when my alarm went off.

    What happens when your alarm goes off that you can't get up?
  7. Cholly

    Cholly Old Guys Rule! DBSTalk Club

    Mar 22, 2004
    Back during WW2, we had "War Time", which was year 'round DST, so it was quite common to go to work/school in the dark or come home during the dark. It was in effect from February, 1942 until September, 1945
  8. James Long

    James Long Ready for Uplink! Staff Member Super Moderator DBSTalk Club

    Apr 17, 2003
    Didn't President Carter do it too?
  9. Davenlr

    Davenlr Geek til I die

    Sep 16, 2006
    I dont hear it. Interestingly, after a month of getting up at the same time, I have no problem waking up at the same time, without the alarm. But in the spring when the time changes, I dont wake up.

    They are done studies, and Ive read where heart attacks go up several percentage points above the baseline in the days following the spring time change.
  10. AntAltMike

    AntAltMike Hall Of Fame

    Nov 20, 2004
    Now, my VCR is flashing: "11:00", "11:00", "11:00". ;)

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