And so the twice yearly confusion sets in. What time is it, anyway. Are we an hour earlier or an hour later than we were this time yesterday. Also, why do we do this twice yearly thing with the time. There will still be approximately twenty-four hours in each day except for those long days at work when there are actually twenty-six hours and then, of course, the extra hours are then deducted from weekend off work time or vacations when we're relaxed and happy and then suddenly look at the clock/calendar and say how did the time go so fast.
Now we know how it goes so fast.