Bah Humbug … Daylight Saving
For morning people, there is more darkness early beginning tomorrow.
Even cows don’t like Daylight Saving Time. Come Sunday morning, when the milking machines get attached to their udders a whole hour too early, the otherwise placid bovines on dairy farms around the United States will snort in surprise and dismay. They may give less milk than usual. They could take days or weeks to get used to the new milking schedules.
American Indians have a saying about the US government tradition:
“It is like cutting the top of a blanket, sewing it to the bottom, and believing that the day is longer.”
Hawaii is a grand state because they do not use this time-dishonest system legislated in the District of Columbia.