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Daylight savings time

MAKE DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME REGULAR TIME YEAR-ROUND.
Time isn't holding us. Time isn't after us. Time isn't holding up. Time is a pony ride.
Starting tonight at 2 a.m., America (excluding the enlightened states of Hawaii and Arizona) will shake off the shackles of Daylight Saving Time, and seize back that extra hour of sleep that is our God-given right.
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After nearly eight months of living like subterranean turtles, America (excluding the enlightened states of Hawaii and Arizona) will shake off the shackles of Daylight Saving Time tonight at 2 a.m.
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