Discussion in 'Green Room' started by Kirrie2001, Mar 31, 2002.
Clocks forward 1 hour now in UK. We have just lost an hours sleep.
Gotta live in Arizona, we don't change the time here
hrmm... daylight savings doesn't start in california until the 7th, so i got a week left before i lose my hour. blah.
Jewellz, it's Arizona, Indiana and I think one other that doesn't change clocks. What is the other one(s)?
Hawaii I believe. And I think it's only part of Indiana but I could be wrong, I'm wrong a lot lol
Edit: Shocker, I was right:
Thus, US and Indiana law create three different time arrangements in the Hoosier State:
76 counties (including state capital Indianapolis) are in the Eastern Time Zone but do not change to Daylight time in April; instead they remain on Standard Time all year long; [yellow on map and chart]
11 counties -- six near Chicago, IL, and five near Evansville, IN, are in the Central Time Zone and use both Central Standard and Central Daylight; [red on map and chart] and
five other counties -- two near Cincinnati, OH, and three near Louisville, KY -- are in the Eastern Time Zone but use both Eastern Standard and Eastern Daylight
Remind me not to live in Indiana. Imagine if you lived close to their little "line" and lived on one side but worked on the other. You'd have to wear two watches.
Nice sig xs
I'll use it for a couple of days. It's my props to dealer.