Conspiracy Thursday: Day Light Savings Time

Daylight Saving Time: Only the government would believe that you could cut a foot off the top of a blanket, sew it to the bottom, and have a longer blanket. 

Last weekend most of the United State sprung forward. Daylight savings time started. Millions of people lost an hour of sleep so there could be more light in the evening instead of in the morning. Hawaii, Arizona and Puerto Rico don’t participate in Daylight savings time. You can read more here. Washington is moving towards ending daylight savings. I couldn’t be happier.

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I’ve always thought our agricultural roots helped start daylight savings time, but I was wrong. Here are eight facts about the history of daylight savings. Nature doesn’t observe daylight savings. It’s a conspiracy all right. Daylight savings was forced upon us by the government, the gas/electric companies and light bulb manufactures (candle companies in the old days).

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Let’s not forget about the most obvious reason for lost time, alien abduction and a massive public cover up. I didn’t want to say it was aliens, but it’s aliens. Millions of people are being abducted every year under the ruse of daylight savings time. Do you know where your lost hour went?

I know what happened to you!

Cat Conspiracy: Gracie keeps hoping Burt gets abducted during daylight savings, but it hasn’t happened yet. Or has it?

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2 thoughts on “Conspiracy Thursday: Day Light Savings Time

  1. No daylight savings alien abductions here–I’m in Tucson. We don’t need extra daylight because daylight = heat and we don’t need more heat. Well, we could have used some heat this past week.

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