Only a German link this week, so you English readers only get the videos:
Kill Bill 1 and 2 in one minute (via):
Today, at the end of daylight savings time in Europe, you must set back your clocks. The problem: How on earth should I get into the shops where I bought the clocks to set them back on the shelves on Sunday when all shops are closed? Break in?? That’s really a stupid rule!
Or how are you doing that? I can’t be the only one having a problem here, can I?
Apart from the fact that in (not only) my opinion we could do without these clock changes – then, though, without the one in autumn, I prefer it when it gets dark later –:
If a radio-controlled clock is programmed so stupidly that it checks for the correct time only once per day at 00:00 (12:00 am) (even though this makes the programming process easier since that’s the situation after inserting new batteries) and thus is wrong almost the entire Sunday, this, I think, really doesn’t indicate a thoroughly working and sufficiently thinking manufacturer.
At least temperature and pressure-based forecast seemed to be correct… But, well, it was only TCM, the private brand of discounter Tchibo.
The result of my last poll here in the sidebar on the right about the clock changes for daylight saving time: a vast majority of 83% (of 24 participants) want to do away with the changes and keep summer time, so that it’s longer bright in the evening. In detail:
The next poll is already ready: Do you have an Advent wreath (or will you have one starting first Advent)?