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"It's one of those things that just boggles the mind. I don't understand why it still happens, I don't know why."
Liberals and conservatives alike both hate the Daylight Saving Time system so much, they've been able to put aside their many differences to try to cast off its chains.
MAKE DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME REGULAR TIME YEAR-ROUND.
Suck it, Chris Martin's long-dead great great grandfather.
Here are a few pertinent graphs that expose, yet again, just how unnecessary the Daylight Saving Time system has become.
Time isn't holding us. Time isn't after us. Time isn't holding up. Time is a pony ride.
The most lingering legacy of DST is the fact you get Coldplay's song "Yellow" stuck in your head and hate yourself for singing along.
The most pillow-punching day of the year is upon us, but this year, we're borrowing a page from the Ma Nishtana to ask: why the hell do we still have daylight saving time?
The most pillow-punching day of the year is (almost) upon us: daylight saving time begins early Sunday morning when 2 a.m. magically turns into 3 a.m.
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