April 02, 2002
When is Daylight Savings?

Of course, I say that, then I find something cool. Who in Arizona decided to go it their own way? That's something I'd expect more from Texas (the hard-headed-est people in the nation).

Posted by scott at April 02, 2002 03:34 PM

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*Whaps brother on the head* Link it to the First page Goob.

Posted by: Jeff on April 2, 2002 04:05 PM

Jeff just got a new Trans Am so he forgot how to read. Thanks for the information. I have looked for the starting date. With this information I will have to look no more. First Sunday in April,last Sunday in October, that should be easy to remember at least until next year.

Posted by: Pat on April 2, 2002 06:23 PM

Arizona really need to observe DST during the summer between April and October. To assure that they'll have a good taste of having daylight/twilight later in the evening if the government allow to use DST which means still on the MST. However, since Arizona do not observe DST which means they are on California time (PST) will get dark early and California will still have daylight a little while longer. If Arizona were smart enough, they can tell the local government to move the clock 1 hour foward and still be on MST, not on PST. The Indian Reservation do observe daylight savings is on MST and the rest of the state is on PST. You may want to check on www.sunrisesunset.com and most of USA have daylight after 8pm. Best if the people in the state of Arizona to persuade the government or vote.

Posted by: Dave on November 20, 2003 11:28 AM
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