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  • Terri B. 4 years ago
    Glad to be in Arizona where we do not have to change the time. We recently moved from central Texas where the time did change and it was very hard to adjust twice a year.
  • joanna l. 4 years ago
    Speaking of WW2, we can definitely take lessons from the people who lived through it and raised children then. It was a time of ration books, recycling for the war effort (cans and even cooking grease was collected , I am told) Where there's a will, there's a way!
  • joanna l. 4 years ago
    If it actually doesn't save energy, then what's the point?
  • Carolyn N. 4 years ago
    No, I do not believe daylight savings saves energy. Not everyone is on the same schedule. Some people work evenings or nights and some people work mornings. So glad that we do not have that here in AZ. Wish all the states felt the same way.
  • Michael G. 4 years ago
    There may have been a legitimate reason for Franklin to have proposed DST back before air conditioning and shopping malls, but these days it is nothing but an inconvenience that actually causes us to use more energy.

    I think it’s funny that people think they are “gaining” or “losing” time by changing the number on the clock, though. Mother Nature does nothing different before or after.

    One of the best things about living in Arizona is being on real time all the time!
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