In which case, if you work what's considered a "normal" workday (8 to 5 or 9
to 5 type) you will have an additional hour of daylight to work on your car.
Maybe you have to go to work in the dark now, but the "light at the end of
the tunnel" is much brighter when the B awaits.
77B "shine on"
From: Lec089@aol.com <Lec089@aol.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Tuesday, April 06, 1999 3:23 PM
Subject: Re: Daylight Savings
>In a message dated 4/6/99 2:40:09 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
>firstname.lastname@example.org writes: "So, how do you get an extra hour of
>I was wondering that too. Mine just moved from morning to evening.
> "I know that not everyone on the list does the daylight savings thing...
>Most people hate the thought of losing an hour of their weekend, but I just
>realized a great advantage to this strange government-regulated
>One more hour of daylight to work on our MGs!!!!
>This is a great thing for those of us who don't have garages and workshops!
>I know...it's all in the mind, really, but what the hell.
>Actually, its all in the watch ...