Sunday, November 3, 2019

It's time...


Will someone please tell me who decided we should set our clocks backward and forward twice a year?

Daylight Savings Time  may have started with the best of intentions but now it's just an inconvenient and useless thing we do for no reason.

Then again it makes about as much sense as everything else that's going on...



Have a wonderful Sunday!

Noodle and crew



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11 comments:

  1. Mew mew mew mee with you Noodle Cat....Mee asked LadyMew 'bout this clock hoppin an shee told mee it was used durin WW1 an WW2 to THE enemy cuud not see where to bomm THE guud peeple. An then THE Farmerss used to do this so they had more lite inn mornin fore plowin or chorin or what efurr they had to do.
    Now there iss no War (thanx SkyCatGod) an THE Farmerss have ways of seein with litess now.
    Wee agree here this changin THE time iss a pain in THE tushie…
    Mee wishes they pick one time an keep it all yeer thru'....
    Yore Selfie iss lovelee...mee thinkss it is time fore a 'happy nappy' now, mew mew mew.....
    **purrsss** BellaDharma

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  2. Hari OM
    It really is an obsolete requirement, isn't it Noodle? Hey ho... hugs and whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx

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  3. You are so right Noodle, it's just plain stupid!

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  4. We detest DST and wish it would go away forever. (Along with assorted people, too, while we're at it.)

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  5. You are such a cutie. I like the fall back, but not the spring ahead. :) XO

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  6. I'm with you on that one, Noodle. We had it for the war years and thereafter it has just been a pain. Humans will just have to get used to being more like cats then maybe we would get our food served on time and in accordance with nature.
    Happy week to you all.

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  7. with you 100% it is so confusing. Ours change in NZ, then the UK changes, THEN my buddies in the USA are an hour different.

    * sigh *

    Have a good week Noodle.

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  8. We agree! Changing the clocks is senseless!

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  9. My understabding is that DST originated to assist farmer children help in the fields after school. Or was it that in WWI it was to darken the cities against possible attack? Or to let schoolkids get to school in daylight?

    Whatever...

    I wish we would just stay on DST. I can't stand it getting dark at 5pm. And with the November afternoons always cloudy, 3 pm feels like 7 pm a month ago. My sleep cycle is ALL messed up!

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  10. PS, I have 16 clocks in the house. Not all wall clocks, but the M/W has one, the oven has one, the telephone has one, the car has one. The changing is maddening!

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