Spring ahead, fall back. How about neither?

I concur.

National Geographic has published an article with experts questioning the validity of DST. I’ve ordered the book mentioned in the article. There seems to be a bit of a backlash building against the concept. The Atlantic resorts to over-the top-hyperbole, but points are valid. I’ve lived in several states that observed DST. Indiana started in… Continue reading Spring ahead, fall back. How about neither?

Belated thoughts on the Federal government shutdown

One of my favorite demotivational posters.

The government shutdown cost America $24 billion dollars. Let’s put that in perspective. NASA’s annual budget is about $18 billion. Besides the political grandstanding over the issue, I was deeply bothered by the disrespect shown towards Federal government workers. One member of the House of Representatives berated a National Park ranger for following orders to… Continue reading Belated thoughts on the Federal government shutdown