Sunday, April 04, 2004

What time is it when the Indiana capital is noon?

Apparently three states don't observe Daylight Saving Time. They are Arizona, Hawaii, and parts of Indiana. Hawaii is of no concern, as how often would you travel interstate. Even if you do, you'll have plenty of time to adjust your watch. Arizona? Well, maybe a bit more. But what do they mean parts of Indiana? Well, if you want to know what time is it when the Indiana capital is noon, you better print that section out and take it with you when you go.

The question is, why don't these states go along with the rest of the country?

BTW, the term is "Daylight Saving Time", not "Daylight Savings Time". But who cares. Really!

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