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Time reverts to standard time at 2 a.m. on the first Sunday in November.

Party less tonight dudes ! :laugh:

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You made a mistake. The title should read: "Change the time, USA"

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^ Maybe that was a presidential hint ... :shifty:

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It's not just the USA. I think it's stupid to do anyway.

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Time reverts to standard time at 2 a.m. on the first Sunday in November.

Party less tonight dudes ! :laugh:

You mean party MORE, right? We get an extra hour tonight.

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^ Oh yeaaaaah ... I started my party a little early. :wacko::fun: *hic up*

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I wish they would keep the time one way or the other. I hate this changing.

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changing time is a pain in the A.

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I love the fall back time - an extra hour of sleep. :D

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woohoo...a 13-hour shift instead of 12 hours... :D

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We in Europe had our changing a week ago already and I actually don't mind the time change in itself it's just with the clocks going back one hour it starts to get dark around 5pm here so I'm all for Daylight-savings time the whole year :pinch: But yeah don't do too much crazy things with that extra hour everyone^^

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I wish they would keep the time one way or the other. I hate this changing.

They tried year-round daylight savings once -- apparently no one liked it.

I'm glad my clocks can change themselves now. :D

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^ They didn't ask me. :D

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"Oh, right, like 'put up your dukes'"

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^ They didn't ask me. :D

You may have been a little too young .... ;)

In 1973 and 1974, during the oil embargo crisis, the United States briefly experimented with year-round daylight saving time as a way to save energy. Congress passed the Emergency Daylight Saving Time Energy Conservation Act of 1973, Pub. L. No. 93-182, 87 Stat. 707. The experiment was short-lived, however. The next year, Congress passed legislation, returning the nation to standard time during the winter months.

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