|Winging her way to the future!|
Did everybody who's participating remember to set their clocks ahead one hour for Daylight Savings Time before they went to bed last night?
So were you an hour late or on time for anywhere you had to be today?
Doesn't matter to me. On weekends, if the alarm goes off, I tell it to shut up, roll over, and go back to bed for a couple of more hours.
It's a different matter on Dragon School days, but that's besides the point.
But there is one thing about this whole "Daylight Savings Time" bit I'd like to know. If we're doing all this saving by having our clocks ahead one hour during the Spring, Summer, and early Fall, how come we don't gain any interest on our initial investment when we get the hour back at the end of the season???
|"Let's see now... this week was next week last week..."|
He wanted to see time fly.
Of course you can make a lot of paper airplanes out of any issue of Time magazine if you know how to fold them properly.
And I'm sure everybody knows the perfect time to go to the dentist is tooth-hurty.
When your clock strikes 12, it's either midnight or noon, but when your clock strikes 13, it's time to get a new clock. Of course even a broken clock is right twice a day, unless it's digital. Then you don't know what time it is at all if the darn thing is broken because the face is totally blank and ruins this joke.
How can you tell when your clock is really hungry? It goes back four seconds.
When do astronauts have their meals? At launch time.
What dog keeps the best time? A watch dog!
What time is it when an elephant sits on a fence?
Time to get a new fence, or if you want to get political about it: time to replace the Republican!
Time is the one thing that everybody wishes they had more of, but still waste anyway.
Is time travel even possible?
Yes, it is. After all, it's now a couple of minutes later than when you first started reading this post.
And on that note, have a great week everybody and please be back here next weekend when we celebrate SAINT PATRICK'S DAY!
Until then... wd