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Hi, Colts fans! :) Upconing 2012 Winter DST version taking effect this Sunday Morning, November 4, at 2:00AM We set our clocks back one hour. Arizona, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands though, do not observe Daylight saving time.

Winter 2012 DST is utilize early d in the next four months of the calendar year, until we spring forward for Daylight Savings Time for next summer by Sunday Morning on March 10, 2013. ;)

http://www.timeanddate.com/time/dst/2012/html

http://en.wikipedia....ght_saving_time

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I thought us here in Indiana just had to change it?

oh well my celly takes care of it for me.... hehe.

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I wondered how that exactly works. I was wondering if it starts precisely at 12 am, do you go back to November 2nd at 11pm or does time sit still for 1 hour at 12 am untill day light savings time catches up.

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Other than the 1st day of daylight savings, I absolutely hate it. Dark at 5pm is garbage. Here comes subtle depression and melancholy, oh boy.

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I wondered how that exactly works. I was wondering if it starts precisely at 12 am, do you go back to November 2nd at 11pm or does time sit still for 1 hour at 12 am untill day light savings time catches up.

: :P:

This is blowing my mind.....man :D

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This is blowing my mind.....man :D

Come 1:58 am tonight( I'll be up anyway), I'm going to be watching the cable box and cellphone. I never seen a clock go from 1:59 to 1:00.

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Come 1:58 am tonight( I'll be up anyway), I'm going to be watching the cable box and cellphone. I never seen a clock go from 1:59 to 1:00.

I have to be at work at 5am (i think, lol) so let me know how that goes.

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Other than the 1st day of daylight savings, I absolutely hate it. Dark at 5pm is garbage. Here comes subtle depression and melancholy, oh boy.

well getting dark at 5pm isn't the problem since we are back to standard time. it's the fact that it happens all of a sudden instead of gradually

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Time changed. Set my alarm for 4:00 am to make sure there were no problems with getting up for work in the morning. It went off way too early for a Sunday!

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