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Old 11-01-2009, 12:55 PM   #15
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Today's (Sunday's) User Friendly strip puts and interesting spin on having to reset your clocks at home...
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I solved the problem by staying on daylight saving time permanently. No more shattering my circadian every few months... (Of course, right now I'm on unemployment time, which included a nap whenever I need one... )
i suppose i could technically do that as well (particularly since i'm on freelance time, which tends to varie between canada time and australia time) but it makes it complicated to manage appointments, i find... i have one clock i never bother to fix, it just stays on summer time. currently it gives me a bit of shock every time i see and think "my god ! is that the time ???" but i'll get used to it after a while. and 6 months from now it will be accurate again.
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