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  • Jeremy
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    Hehe!

    Accually, Canada thought the same, but since we are their neighbours, we had to follow them or it would sorta ruined the economy.

    We we're not happy with the change at all, I am not either, less sleep! haha .. but does give a hint that spring is coming faster, hehe..

    They must of thought, since global warming and all, the heat should start kicking in March now, so let's get a head start with the day light savings time, haha

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  • Collectors-info
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    Hi, ours are not for another couple of weeks yet, 25th .
    Think a lot of the UK wishes they would leave the clocks alone.. Still! Itís a nice hint of the beginning of spring & summer.

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  • SherylT
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    We're in Arizona, so we don't change. Just have to remember that now we are 3 hours behind our friends on the East Coast when we call them!

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  • Bethers
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    Actually, here in the US we have a couple areas that don't change their times - but it effects most of the US!

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  • Jeremy
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    Daylight Savings Time (canada & Usa)

    Remember to set your clocks ahead 1 hour on Saturday night, March 10, 2007

    Clocks change at 2:00 a.m. local time on Sunday. They will spring forward from 1:59 a.m to 3:00 a.m.

    This affects all regions of Canada and USA.


    If you are running Microsoft Windows, they haved posted an update on their website for your computer to change it for you. You can go to:
    http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/gp/cp_dst


    If you are a Mac fanatic, I don't give a hoot! haha!
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