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And the politicians will endlessly discuss how to get out of the timezone shifting mess.

Yesterday: Spain 2 hours ahead of their natural/normal time. Madrid, sunrise at 8:35, noon at 13:58.

Make an effort and split to two timezones and stop fiddling with the clock.

 

Next major shift is the US mainland and Canada, November 1.

 

 

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Just now, teacherclaire said:

At 3 am, just turn it back to 2 am and come to work late. 

 

  The best excuse. And i agree with one poster that we do not need an extra hour of this year. It's like a nightmare, but people don't wake up, they have to live it. 

 

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8 hours ago, KhunBENQ said:

And the politicians will endlessly discuss how to get out of the timezone shifting mess.

Yesterday: Spain 2 hours ahead of their natural/normal time. Madrid, sunrise at 8:35, noon at 13:58.

Make an effort and split to two timezones and stop fiddling with the clock.

 

Next major shift is the US mainland and Canada, November 1.

 

 

 

splitting Europe into several time zones will not adequately address the problem

that the twice yearly shifting of time is supposed to address

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