martes, 9 de agosto de 2005

daylight savings

Tuesday, August 09, 2005

daylight savings time
If U.S. President George W. Bush signs it into law, the plan means Americans would turn their clocks forward one hour on the first weekend of March, instead of April, and "fall back" on the final weekend in November instead of October.Congress believes the extension would trim energy costs by cutting the need for artificial light in the evenings.The change, due to take effect this autumn if Bush approves it, could cause headaches for Canadians during March and November, the two months the two countries would be out of sync.The end result is suppose to be less energy consumption for the U.S.A. and a lot of headaches for Canada and Mexico. Has President Bush asked Las Vegas to turn off their lights? Or perhaps Times Square could turn off the lights at night? Anybody from Mexico have an opinion on President Bush's Daylight Savings Time Agenda?
posted by Inflated Opinion at 11:00

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