A full tablespoon of water? Boy, you drink it kind watered-down, don’t ya?
In Soviet Russia, the 548-digit serial number reads you.
I’m not saying it’s always an option for each person individually but basically if a company wants to save power, etc then they could shift the schedule. It’s not like we’re making the day any longer or shorter by making the changes in the times. We’re simply forcing EVERYONE to shift their schedule (whether they want to or not.) Instead of changing the clocks, we could simply say “all businesses need to open an hour earlier and close an hour earlier in the summer” and it’d have exactly the same effect.
It just amounts to a “smoke and mirrors” game just like we see in so many parts of life.
“Don’t tax me, tax the companies (then companies simply raise their prices higher so we wind up paying the taxes indirectly.)”
“Come live in Florida, where there’s no state income tax (but where there’s higher sales taxes, property taxes, excise taxes, etc.)”
“Buy a new car and get these features ABSOLUTELY FREE!! (we just jack up the price of the car to cover them and everyone pays for the features even if they don’t want them.)”
(Oh, this one is a winner. Seen at Hobby Lobbby 24/7/365….well, 16/6/310, anyways) “All picture frames, 40% off regular price (that way, when you have a coupon for 20% off, you can’t use it on the frames since they’re already ‘discounted.’)”
Etc, etc, etc.
ALL the people who say “we should keep it year-round” seem to not realize it’s NOT gaining any daylight. It’s simply shifting it. If you like more daylight in the evening after work, simply shift your work schedule to 7am-4pm instead of 8am-5pm. Voila! Instant extra hour of sunlight after work. Want even MORE? Work 6am-3pm, etc. Or move from one side of the state to the other (if you live on the western edge of a time zone, the sun sets right around an hour later than if you lived on the eastern edge of it. At least in theory but since the time-zone edges aren’t straight, the difference isn’t always right at an hour.)
The point was he DID make the party known but only AFTER the party. So if someone did show up, the only way they could have known to do so was if they were a time-traveler.
Yeah, there’s been many a morning I’d wake up from a dream where I started smoking again and it’d take me a while to realize it was only a dream.
Try the ɯɐʇǝɹuᴉʇʎ or the ʎʇᴉuɹǝʇɐɯ ward. It’s even worse at both of those.
And the sad part is that so many people believe that. If ya ask me, chewing it is FAR worse (or at least disgusting) than smoking it.BTW, I started smoking when I was 10 and managed to quit when I was 39 so I’m not being one of those “righteous non-smokers.” I’m not even being one of those “really righteous former smokers” as I know how hard it is to give it up (here it is 19 years later and I STILL have dreams about wanting to smoke or that I did start again.) In the case of tobacco, the best idea is to never start because once you do, you probably won’t stop.
I’ll just leave this here…