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Monday, April 03, 2006

Everything's Ever So Slightly Gone to Seed

Turned forward the clocks the other day. It was a tedious process, clock after clock after endless clock. Yesterday at this time it was a different time, slightly later, and also a day earlier. It was a different world. In fact, it was similar to TVs "A Different World," but without Denise Huxtable chilling us to the marrow with her relentless, unprovoked dancing. It was like, yesterday there was no Denise, today there's slightly some Denise, but one hour later. All attributable to this purported time change, with the endless clocks and the turning. Profound, isn't it - with the clocks, changing with the wind. A thing of beauty. Life cycle. Cosbys.


Blogger Fred said...

One word: sundails.

Did I change my sundail one hour forward befor going to bed? No, I couldn't because it was dark outside. Well it was also raining, but that's beside the point. I'm sure the reason Arizona and Hawaii don't do the clock switching thing is because they really use sundails. I have no idea why parts of Indiana don't switch. I think its because they never learned to tell time and are now too embarassed to admit it.

1:15 AM  
Blogger OldHorsetailSnake said...

Listen. There is a law saying time moves forward now and then, in places where it's wanted. BUT YOU DO NOT HAVE TO PLAY.

Do not change your clocks. Remain on God's time always. There are rewards, although I'm not sure when you'll get them. Or what they are. But it has to be.

12:16 PM  

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