Moving the clocks

citygirl

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Well, I guess I should have been more clear in writing we're 2,3, 4, 5, etc hours ahead. I use EST as a baseline & then adjust accordingly.

We'll agree to disagree on the dismal part for the East Coast. And I'm pretty aware of the map of the US but thanks ;)
 

Stephen H

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I agree citygirl, I've found this blog to be helpful, but not without the share of bitter assholes... Just like life, I suppose.
 

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I'm a fan of "bitter chocolate", but "bitter assholes"... not so much.

Suerte
 

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ok while i'm glad this thread has turned into this lovely argument, I still have questions about the actual subject of it: moving the clocks. Someone said the 14th, does that mean tonight at midnight, etc.? Thanks...
 

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Definitely midnight.

In the States, they do it at 2:00am, because (and I'm guessing here) the govt assumes that most people will be in bed at that time. Here... eh... not so much. So to make it simple, they do the midnight thing.

That link above it great for finding out:

1) If your clock is right &
2) Which countries have changed and which ones haven't.
 

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The problem of course with doing it at midnight is: if the clocks go back, then what day is it?
 
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