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Old 03-09-2012, 07:38 PM   #1
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Dont forget to change your clocks. Spring forward.
That is all.
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Old 03-10-2012, 06:55 AM   #2
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dontja just love it
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dontja just love it

I'd like to spring forward and leave it that way. I hate when it gets dark early.
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Most people use use there cell phones to catch the time nowadays and they change automatically. Less and less "old school" clocks are being used I've noticed. Some of the newer cars probably change automatically too. But I've got a 2002 SUV, so I wouldn't know :] I guess that leaves the digital clock to change on stoves.
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I've got an analog clock in the kitchen. My kids wil stand in front of it and ask what time is it
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I actually set the microwave, coffee maker, range, car and the dial face clock radio thats been waking me up since 1978. One car, I dont set. Seems to break down if I set the clock.
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Well dang, yeah I guess you had a lot of setting to do!
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Well dang, yeah I guess you had a lot of setting to do!
Yea, I guess I'm sort of old school. Or just old.
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