This one’s for John Miller, I guess. From a reader:
Daylight Savings Time is a wonderful thing to most people in the U.S.
I trade one hour of sleep in exchange for 210 hours of extra daylight. The
extra daylight comes at the end of the day. It means a longer useful evening
for picnics, playing in the yard with my child and other things.
When the sun is out til 9:30 on a weeknight, it means I can come home from
work and still go ride my motorcycle for a few hours. I can go to the park
Now, I might feel differently if I were some East Coast elite (*wink*) who
only considers “outside” something to endure between the apartment to the