We might not need to anymore.. well in the UK, apparently the clocks wont go back or forward ever again.
They say its causing depression and jetlag
@Tis but a scratch, The EU did a survey which said that 84% of respondents (3.5 million, out of a population of 512 million) want to scrap the clock changes. So, since 0.68% of the population responded to the survey (did you even know it was happening? I didn’t) and 0.57% of the population said they wanted to scrap the clock changes, the EU is drawing up legislation to potentially scrap it.
The highest participation rate in any country (Germany) was 3.79%, only three countries had response rates of over 1% (Germany, Austria, Luxembourg) and only 0.57% of the EU population asked for the change.
@Nellybert , okay, but who actually likes the clock changes? They’re all around horrible and do nothing good
@Cpzombie, I have no strong feelings on them either way - although I do like feeling like I’m getting a extra hour of sleep once a year.
My ire is more about the way politicians are making out like it was a massively demanded thing, when the survey only had a 0.68% response rate and most people had no idea the question was even being asked.
@Nellybert , well yea, it’s the EU, what do you expect? This time the rulers are right though, DST is horrible
@Tis but a scratch, if the clock leapt forward at noon on a work day it wouldn't cause depression.
Microwave: don't worry, you couldn't figure out how to set it to begin with
The old VCR for the basement tv: time to resurrect Stephen Hawking
I live in Arizona. We've laughed at the rest of you for years. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
It used to be hard, but honestly on my new car and oven it is very intuitive. Someone finally made it simple.
As someone with a bachelors in electrical engineering can confirm. Still no idea how to change stove clock
This was made by someone with a master's in engineering who has never worked on a car before, and still doesn't know how.
@Not him again, YouTube is different than a formal education which establishes more critical thinking rather than following instructions. Dont get me wrong YouTube is great it helped me rebuild a carb and drop my fuel tank to remove the fuel filter and then figure out it was the ignition module but if I wanted to work for a corporate design team to create something innovative then ya I may want that degree.