Wednesday, April 05, 2006

TIME

Editor, Times-Union:

Changing the time on all my clocks is a real hassle.

If the governor hadn't assured us that commerce was going to pick up and implied we would all be so much better off financially, I would really be upset. I'm going to use my financial windfall to take trips to Hawaii and Arizona so I can make fun of all those poor unenlightened losers who don't realize how much better off they could be if they changed their time twice a year.

I feel so much better about being a Hoosier now, knowing that the rest of the country no longer thinks of us as country bumpkins. Thanks a lot, Governor Daniels.

Rick Lane, via e-mail
Mastodon City

5 comments:

T.S. Farmhand said...

What a crock.

Ian said...

Yes, in spling, you set crock folwald, and in fall you set crock back.

Ian said...

Dammit. Should've said "in farr, you set crock back." Blog commenting is an unforgiving business.

T.S. Farmhand said...

Confucius say when clock hungry it go back four seconds.

ZING!

King Koopa said...

PS: However, I do like to change the oil in my car by myself. Many people say that is a hassle and a monumental waste of time especially since it is so quick and easy to pay this year's crop of high school dropouts and ne'er-do-wells to change it for me. I guess what I'm trying to say is that you can't say I don't like dealing with the hassle to change something and that I'll gladly do it, as long as it ain't my clocks.