Well here we go again, yet another bout with a topic that MOST people want to be changed as of YESTERDAY

Good old daylight savings is this weekend, and I know what your reaction probably is "Oh it's this weekend already?" - YES -unfortunately. Also, one of the most common thoughts that follow is "Are we gaining an hour or are we losing sleep?"  I can relate to that last question. Well, I have one more thing I'm dying to know, is there anyone in North Dakota that is a fan of changing our clocks twice a year? I can't imagine so.

"Spring Forward, Fall Back"

Setting your clocks Forward one hour at the start of Daylight Savings Time and one hour Back in the fall when DST ends ( November 5th ) - Here is the thing, I think it would make more sense to leave it up to the people - put it up for a vote, let us decide if we should continue playing games with the stupid clock twice a year. There are actually two States that have refused to roll their clocks forward and backward - Hawaii and Arizona.

It's not that North Dakota hasn't tried

We ( like I had a say in it ) as in North Dakota and many states ran this by the higher-ups last year. According to kfyrtv.com  "Earlier this week, the United States Senate passed the Sunshine Protection Act, which would make Daylight Saving Time permanent nationwide" Unfortunately nothing happened in our favor - Will we ever join the two other states and leave the damn clocks alone?


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