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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-05-2004, 01:43 PM Thread Starter
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Crap.

I forgot to change the clock on my bike. I thought I had to hurry up and get back home to make it to work. I still have an hour!


Oh yeah...

ITS COLD!

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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-05-2004, 01:45 PM
 
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yeah, daylight savings time is a royal pain in the arse!! i agree, and I still cant figure out how to change the clock in my bar car..
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I forgot to change the clock on my bike. I thought I had to hurry up and get back home to make it to work. I still have an hour!


Oh yeah...

ITS COLD!
I did the same thing on the way to work yesterday, looked down and thought damn, I really am running late.
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Too much crap has Clocks on it these days! Not to mention the 3 that it takes to wake me out of my deathnap, theres 3 VCR's, DVD's, the TV's have clocks on em... stoves, microwaves, telephones, answering machines... Cars, Bikes, hell the freakin tractor has a clock on it. TOOOO MANY CLOCKS!!!!!

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It's FRIDAY. . just now realized it was daylight savings last week?
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No. After the **** ass week of weather we had here, this is the first chance I've gotten to take the bike out. With the 9000000000 other clocks to change, I forgot.

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I still haven't changed my clocks.
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post #8 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-05-2004, 01:56 PM
 
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Change mine on the way home that night. The rest of the clocks in the house I left for Carrie to play with.


Matt, I'll help you out on your bar car clock.
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Change mine on the way home that night. The rest of the clocks in the house I left for Carrie to play with.
Well they say, If you want it done and you want it done right, get a woman to do it!
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why do we care so much about time anyways..everybody is always in a hurry!! make it stop, sit back relax and smell the roses while ur late to work!!
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Daylight savings is one big cluster bleep!!!




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I forgot to change one of my clocks a while back and by the time I remembered it was only a few weeks away from spring and going ahead an hour. Yeah...I left it like that.
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I forgot to change one of my clocks a while back and by the time I remembered it was only a few weeks away from spring and going ahead an hour. Yeah...I left it like that.
There's so many people that drive around where the clocks in their cars are only right part of the year

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Yes it is quite the pain in the arse to change the clocks around. The clock in my car reads 9:36 and my coffee maker and VCR are both blinking 12:00 AM just never change the clocks on anything anymore...
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Mudpuppy needs to add this to the 08 plan. The amount of clocks in the average Americans life needs to be severely lessened!

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Mudpuppy needs to add this to the 08 plan. The amount of clocks in the average Americans life needs to be severely lessened!

Just an FYI...

There are over 800,000,000 radios in the US. Found this out at work. We need to limit them as well. There aren't even that many ppl in the US.
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