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I couldn't agree with you more. It just makes sense.
Some people are advocating that we keep it year round rather than eliminate it. Like the idea?
Fall and winter days are already shorter; people will turn on their lights more anyway. At which end of the day is a moot point; it doesn't matter, it's going to happen. But IMO, it would be better to have the day.
If school starts later, kids go home in the dark. It's easier to shift the clock settings. That way they get an extra hour's lie-in on the Sunday (clocks go back Saturday night).
Hi,, I've read that one reason some are advocating year-round daylight savings time here is so the commute home from work/school is during light hours when criminals are less active. Apparently, rapists & thieves in general are not morning people
It isn't dark at 4pm, and it allows an extra hour of daylight when we need it the most. it also messes with your circadian rhythm when you make time changes.
bradmasterOCcal is correct. It messes with your body's rhythms, and is not healthful. Plus, the cats don't like their food schedule messed up. ;-)