And with only another year or so of this "9-5" job (yeah, right!, but it's
all relative) before I move back to the "real" Army (that means a probable
stint in Bosnia or Kosovo), I'm taking all I can get!
No worries, though...If I go to Germany like I'm planning, my brother in
Mesa, AZ is going to take the B, drive it on Sundays, and continue the
>In which case, if you work what's considered a "normal" workday (8 to 5 or
>to 5 type) you will have an additional hour of daylight to work on your
>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
>>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
>>I know...it's all in the mind, really, but what the hell.
>>Actually, its all in the watch ...