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elleng

(132,365 posts)
Mon Feb 19, 2024, 09:16 PM Feb 2024

**Daylight saving time starts soon. Here's when clocks will 'spring forward' in 2024.

Clocks will "spring forward" one hour at 2 a.m. on March 10, causing most people to lose an hour of sleep. It won't be until Nov. 3, the first Sunday of November, when Americans fiddle with their clocks again to "fall back" to standard time.

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**Daylight saving time starts soon. Here's when clocks will 'spring forward' in 2024. (Original Post) elleng Feb 2024 OP
Set the clocks forward True Dough Feb 2024 #1
I thought the senate passed a bill to make DLS permanent? Irish_Dem Feb 2024 #2
It did, but the House didn't. nt NutmegYankee Feb 2024 #7
Figures. Irish_Dem Feb 2024 #10
Not the bad House, either Polybius Feb 2024 #14
au contraire! leave them on standard time all year. rurallib Feb 2024 #4
This poll True Dough Feb 2024 #6
If you lived here in Sweden, you would very likely think diferently. Months of sunsets starting between 2 and 5 PM. Celerity Feb 2024 #16
Spring Forward liberal N proud Feb 2024 #3
A good thing about living in Arizona ChazII Feb 2024 #5
I loathe this time of year.. Texasgal Feb 2024 #8
You don't need to set your cellphone---- lastlib Feb 2024 #9
Ugh 😫 Niagara Feb 2024 #11
If complaining about needing to change the time twice a year is a big deal for anyone, elocs Feb 2024 #12
love it jcgoldie Feb 2024 #13
I so want DST to become permanent here in Sweden! Celerity Feb 2024 #15
Daylight saving time is stupid. Ptah Feb 2024 #17
Thanks to the Internet and NTP servers most people no longer have to change clocks. Jacson6 Feb 2024 #18

Celerity

(44,588 posts)
16. If you lived here in Sweden, you would very likely think diferently. Months of sunsets starting between 2 and 5 PM.
Tue Feb 20, 2024, 01:12 PM
Feb 2024

And that is just Stockholm. Further north it is truly hellish, including basically no sun at all for some parts.

Niagara

(8,084 posts)
11. Ugh 😫
Tue Feb 20, 2024, 08:37 AM
Feb 2024

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elocs

(22,781 posts)
12. If complaining about needing to change the time twice a year is a big deal for anyone,
Tue Feb 20, 2024, 09:10 AM
Feb 2024

then life must be pretty good for them. For me, that ranks so low on the things worth bitching about that it is microscopic.

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