Sunday, March 11, 2018

What Time Is It?



I don't know what time you're reading this, but it's possible you don't know either. If you need a clue, there may be one in my column in today's Boston Herald. Here's a serendipitous link!

Serendipitous Link!

As always, I thank you for showing up in this barren wasteland of a blog. No matter what time it is where you are, it's always a time of appreciation from me to you.

Soon (relatively speaking) with more better stuff.




7 comments:

Shammickite said...

I like the idea of one less hour for your fearless leader to send out silly tweets.

Kay G. said...

Time to move to Hawaii so we don't have to change the clocks!
Aloha!

joeh said...

At least most of my clocks adjust automatically, but it's a pretty dumb idea.

(not necessarily your) Uncle Skip, said...

Arizona is on the same page as Hawaii.

That said, I really don't care for all of the darn reminders about DST.
I imagine, though, that eliminating it will be a lot like stopping folks from shopping on Thanksgiving.

messymimi said...

Since how we measure time is our own construct anyway, i wish the whole world would just set their clocks a half hour ahead (or back in the southern hemisphere) and all of us leave it there.

Anonymous said...

I have one clock that is too big and too heavy and too far up for me to get it down and adjust the time so Im gonna leave it just like it is. Hey, gives me a break and it will be spot on in the fall !! Linda in Tn.

Craig said...

I'm mostly over the whole DST thing.

But back in the day, it was nice to be able to play softball until 9PM. . .