If you've been reading my blog for over a year, you will find this post to be a reiteration of a staunchly held policy opinion.
When it came time to moving the clocks back one hour last year (the so-called "Fall Back"), I presented a rather wordy exposition of my firmly held beliefs on Daylight Savings Time practices.
I was recently perusing another fine blog, A Blogger Around the Clock, and came across an entry highlighting recent studies which indicated that the seemingly innocuous one-hour time change may have longer-term effects than previously believed.
I, of course, used the comments section of this entry as an opportunity to share the time-changing truths I hold to be self-evident.
Then, a week later, I performed a routine vanity Google search for "yajeev" (no, Google, I did not mean rajeev, thank you very much) and found that my quote had been picked up by anthropologist and professor John Hawks and featured in his excellent blog. He tagged my comments as "humor", but I will forgive him for this small oversight.
I am honored, and I direct you here to my stump speech (much abridged from last year's version).
And, remember to turn your clocks back Saturday night. You'll have an extra hour for sleep (or keeping up with my blog).