Wednesday, March 7, 2018


If you don’t change your watch on 3-11-18 and you get up at 7:30 a.m. it’s not 7:30 but 8:30 because 7:30 came at 6:30, and if you have an appointment between midnight and 1 a.m. on 3-11-18 you are screwed, because from 12:01 am to 12-59 a.m. does not existed.  

But, on 10-03-18 if you make an appointment for 11:30 p.m. you have your choice, because there are two of them.

Does that straighten it out?

the Ol’Buzzard


  1. I think I got it. No. Maybe. Can you repeat that one more time?

  2. Spring forward, fall back & if you're late (or early)...oh well!
    Actually back in 69 or 70 I was late for something because I forgot to change the clock. Today most of my time pieces are hooked to the internet & they do an ok job taking care of themselves. I have an battery operated analog wall clock & the digital clock in the car that need manual adjusting, the computer & phone take care of themselves.
    The wristwatch ($10 from Walmart) lives in a drawer and will be adjusted on those rare times it gets taken out to be used.

  3. Why can't they just leave it alone? There are probably a few dozen bureaucrats whose jobs depend on DST.

  4. Being retired.....I don't give a quack.....More or less..
    What?..Gonna get fired?..Ha-ha....
    Just as when drafted in the Army in 1967...What ya gonna do to me?....
    Still alive, I musta made it....And life is pretty darn swell....


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