Daylight Saving Time ends this weekend and we gain back an hour of time robbed from us when we went to Daylight Saving Time in the Spring. Not sure an extra hour is what we really needed in 2020 but lets hope its just not another disastrous hour.

On that note - If you're looking for someone to blame for all this time change nonsense you can blame a guy named George Hudson who was an entomologist and simply pushed for it so he could spend more after work searching for bugs. Good gawd.

Anyway, back to what we could do with that extra hour.

You could:

*Spend the extra hour preparing yourself for the clocks on your stove and in your car to be wrong for 6 months.

New Toyota Prius Hybrid car
Damn thing...I'll just wait 6 months

*Listen to ONE Grateful Dead song

The Dead Perform At The Greensboro Coliseum Complex
Settle in....this jam will take a while

*Attempt to get through eating a single bowl of Grape-Nuts cereal:

Flour Sales See Dramatic Increase As Lockdown Britain Turns To Baking
Grape Nuts...hopefully your teeth will still be in your mouth after them

*Post more political rants on Facebook:

IFA 2012 Consumer Electronics Trade Fair
Oh yeah...Well I think proposition 13 is bad luck for the community
loading... could do something constructive like:

Spend an extra hour checking out Fall foliage on the Kalamazoo Valley Trail:

Autumn Colours Delayed by Mild Weather
Somebody gonna rake these up??

Spend an extra hour exploring downtown restaurants, shops and breweries:

Dana Marshall
Downtown Kalamazoo

Grab some extra time for pizza at Bilbo's:

Bilbos Pizza Portage Closing Date

Spend some extra time grabbing Cider and Apples at VerHage's Farm:

International Green Week Agricultural Trade Fair
An Apple a day will keep't remember.

Spend a few more minutes inside TroVe's to find something unique:


No matter what you decide to do with your extra hour make it count!

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