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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by G30USMC, Mar 8, 2014.
Advance your clocks one hour (if applicable) and replace the batteries in your smoke detectors.
This may sound stupid, but I also cycle the water valves that don’t get used on the house.
How , my clocks only go up to twelve ?
Also rotate your door knobs and inspect your light bulbs.
Good point. Until the next time change, my doors will now lock on the outside rather than the inside.
I used real smoke to test those detectors. The toaster somehow got the toast setting changed...
And roll sleeves in my desert cammies for Monday.
or better yet, inspect your door knobs and rotate your light bulbs!
We advance our clocks at the end of March.
No no no! You do that in the fall!
why thank you for that clarification!
Doesn't a metric clock only go to 10:00 anyways....?
Sorry G, I think I started something....
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I have a binary clock- it only goes to 1.
And as a dyed in the wool old timer, ours is a wind-up model.
The smoke detector, that is.
On a serious note- the Monday after the Spring change is one of the more dangerous workdays of the year. People are not just short of an hours sleep- they are off schedule. They are running behind, and take shortcuts. Be careful out there. For the folks in Hawaii and Arizona that do not fool around with DST- carry on.
We don't advance clocks in Nigeria (No country close to the Equator does, the length of day doesn't have a significant change throughout the year) . I will however, be one hour closer to C.S.T./U.S./home time, AND, I'll be home soon, yaaaaaaays!