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Re: Should We Switch Time Zones?
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Me too. I hate turning the clocks back.

Posted on: 2017/10/27 3:34
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Bring it on!

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That's just a nonsense proposal especially if they expect NY to move to Atlantic time.


How about we just use some common sense and kill daylight savings.




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Wait. I'm not on the air anymore? Some one get my agent on the phone.

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Do you miss being on the air or what Jim

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Massachusetts Mulls Switching to Atlantic Time?and Staying There

https://www.wsj.com/articles/massachus ... there-1508923800?mod=e2tw

"There?s a major caveat for the effort: the commission?s report recommends against Massachusetts making a unilateral move without most of New England. Commission member Paul Frost, a Republican state representative, believes New York would also have to change zones. Otherwise he fears disruptions to financial markets, television-broadcast schedules and travelers."

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