View Poll Results: So, what did you do with that extra hour?

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  • I wrote code for an extra hour!

    2 14.29%
  • I caught up on my sleep.

    6 42.86%
  • I did my homework and/or studied.

    2 14.29%
  • I watched late-night television for an extra hour.

    2 14.29%
  • I debugged my top-secret project, which will cause Microsoft's software monopoly to crumble.

    2 14.29%

[POLL] Bye, Bye Daylight Savings Time!

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    [POLL] Bye, Bye Daylight Savings Time!

    So, what did you do with that extra hour today?

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    I used it as another hour to be passed out before the sun awoke me from my drunken stupor. Who am I kidding - my bedroom doesn't have any windows...

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    I slept through...woke up at noon with my head on my keyboard (again. Fourth night in a row)...

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    I woke up early because I forgot it was daylight savings time, so I came into work and looked at my computer and it was an hour behind, I was pretty ........ed cause I was at work early. I went into my office, crawled under my desk and went to sleep with my pager set to wake me up in 2 hours. It was odd falling asleep at work but hey, what else am I going to do im a network admin????????????????????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????
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    i hadn't realised that the clocks had gone back until about 4.30 (old time) this afternoon when i was out shoppign and realised the shops had not shut. None of my clocks ever show the right time anyhow apart from the PCs
    Do not meddle in the ways of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with ketchup

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    I was at work, so instead of three, got four hours of sleep .

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    Sleep is not only fun, but neccessary.

    Sleep is my second favourite passtime to programming.

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    I slept....and slept...and slept...AND CODED!...and slept...and slept...AND CODED!....and slept...
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    I worked. But here's the thing. I clocked in
    at 10:00pm...work...work...work. Clocked out
    at about 3:00AM. That's only 5 hours, right?
    Wrong. It should've been 4:00am, but the stupid
    time-clock was set back while I was working!!!
    What the heck? They better have payed me for
    that hour that they took away... It's a
    conspiracy!!!

    eh, I'm trying to work up the courage to
    quit anyway.
    Staying away from General.

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    >It's a conspiracy!!!

    hmmm... i realize that when i went to work this morning, instead of telling them about the clock, i could have left it and have possibly had everyone be fooled and laughed like this: "muahahaha"... [again: "muahahaha"]... dang... ah well, someone tell me when the next savings time is again so i can work and do it... well bye bye...
    hasafraggin shizigishin oppashigger...

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    A truly evil plan with style doubleanti
    Ramble on...

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    HOW MANY TIMES MUST I SAY IT?!!
    DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME IS ILLEGAL!!! YOU CANNOT LEGAL OBSERVE DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME!!!

    now that thas over... i stayed up till 3(real time) programming last night.
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    congratulations... we all care so very much... you would never know.

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