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2013-03-10 01:33:07 PM  
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Altitude5280: Doesn't affect me much.

It doesn't affect hardly anyone much, this is a bunch of whining and hand-wringing over nothing. The only people affected would be those who work Sundays, most notably the ones who work doubles and swing shifts, especially if they worked last night and work again today, like my brother in law.

The rest of the people are just jumping on the bandwagon. If they go to bed at 8, 9, 10, 11pm tonight, and get up at their normal time tomorrow, they will still be getting THE EXACT SAME amount of sleep before work.

Yeah, I understand that sleep is important, and I understand that some people aren't morning people, not matter what(I'm one of those), but an hour in the middle of the weekend is nowhere near as tragic as these farking drama queens try to paint it as. It's just people who want to biatch about something, no matter what the topic.

Hell, people lose an hour every week deciding to stay up for Jimmy Kimmel, or keep reading that one last chapter, even boinking their wives, but we don't see news stories about that. It's not cool to actually blame yourself, it turns out.
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