What time is it ...really?  

Eviloutlaw1 60M  
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11/7/2021 1:52 am

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What time is it ...really?

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Eviloutlaw1 60M  
5180 posts
11/7/2021 1:55 am

Just numbers on a dial. Time to go to bed, time to get up, time to go to work. Before the invention of the clock people just followed a natural system. It got dark out you went to bed, when it got light out you got up for the day. Work started before anything else, you had to draw your water to wash and cook with, or to feed and water animals . etc. Today most of us don't do that, water comes out of a pipe in the wall, and most if not all of us don't do much animal tending.

Ben Franklin came up with some great ideas in his time, but Daylight Savings time wasn't one of them. When he first introduced it to his fellow colonists, it like his idea to use the wild turkey as the national bird didn't fly. It wasn't until the nineteen forties that the country as a whole embraced the idea of day light savings time. In an effort to ramp up production and save fuel during the war years. Frankly I can't see how getting up later or earlier helps? If it's dark out your going to turn on a light no matter what the clock is saying. As for feeding and tending animals yeah show me a cow or a chicken wearing a watch and I get behind the daylight savings plan. Animals don't care what time you feed them as long it the same every day their happy.

Yeah the time ( Pun intended ) has come to end daylight savings time. With people working around the clock, working night, working swing shifts, or during daylight hours Falling Back or Springing Forward an hour, just to get a few more minutes of light seems pointless.

But what do I know? I'm always in the dark when it comes to things. Any who, time for me to hop into the shower, I'm an hour early today but the clock says I'm late already...

Eviloutlaw1 60M  
5180 posts
11/7/2021 1:57 am

Have a good one people...If you have the time.

author51 59F  
130010 posts
11/7/2021 2:19 am

I agree that there is no need for either Springing forward or Falling back anymore my friend and wish they would finally do away with it.Have a good one Hun.xoxo

Eviloutlaw1 replies on 11/7/2021 5:10 am:
For sure.. all this jumping about in time would give Doc. Brown and Doctor Who headaches. Have a good one my sexy friend!

Chub4bwc 36M

11/7/2021 4:00 am

I wish it was time for dick lol

Eviloutlaw1 replies on 11/8/2021 12:50 am:
Well, that can be any time you wish I suppose? Have a good one.

luv2suk1966 61M/55F  
1927 posts
11/7/2021 5:24 am

I don't get it either, but I do like going to work when the sun is shining.

Have a great day, and be nice to one another.

Eviloutlaw1 replies on 11/8/2021 12:49 am:
Me, I start my day in the dark even during the summer months. In to work before the suns rise I've usually been at work for a bit when the sun starts showing it's face. It's kind of cool watching the sun rise every morning though. Have a good one.

mufdiver69er2 61M  
1951 posts
11/7/2021 6:46 am

think thats what the band chicago was asking in that old song too...lol

woop woop

Eviloutlaw1 replies on 11/8/2021 12:44 am:
"Does anybody really know what time it is? Does anybody really care.... About Time. Have a good one.

lok4fun500 M  
51906 posts
11/7/2021 6:59 am

I got along with standard time for many years without any issues before they instituted DST.....I can do without the DST.

Eviloutlaw1 replies on 11/8/2021 12:43 am:
I think we all could. Have a good one.

Luv2bottom4u2 65M  
1875 posts
11/7/2021 7:51 am

Your 100% right ! So called Day light savings time is STUPID !!!! And damn sure it's TIME to go !

Eviloutlaw1 replies on 11/8/2021 12:43 am:
Yep, nice when we needed it but we really don't now. Have a good one.

MyBaffies 52M
4983 posts
11/7/2021 12:17 pm

There are regular campaigns to permanently move from GMT to BST all year round. While that may be great for those living in the south of the UK, it would result in the sun rising at near 10am in the north of Scotland in winter.

Sure it would affect a smaller number of people, but the effect would be bigger on those people.


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Eviloutlaw1 replies on 11/8/2021 12:42 am:
They have the same issue in Alaska, with the sun shining until midnight when the earth moves on it's access every year. Tilting more towards the sun, the reverse is also true when it tips away from the sun getting darker, and staying darker longer than it should or would during other times in the year. Not really knowing North Scotland geography I'm assuming the effect of ten am dawns fall into that category? Still, just spinning the clock back an hour would give them day brake at nine am. during the winter months. Not much of a change if you follow my logic. Perhaps instituting time zones would work better in those cases? Have a good one!

PonyGirl1965 56F  
22090 posts
11/8/2021 12:44 am

For years we went to work in the dark and came home in the dark. Cowboy worked 10 hours a day while I worked 12 to 16 hours a day. The time on the clock is just for tracking hours now. Dawn and dusk are it

Eviloutlaw1 replies on 11/8/2021 2:06 am:
Yep, a natural cycle would work best I think for everyone. As the Beatles sang..I'll follow the sun.. Have a good one Pony!

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