Time to Repeal Daylight Savings Time?
Written By: Dennis Fuller | Posted: Wednesday, March 28th, 2012
Used by permission of The New American
The Aborigines of Frago-Mungo Land beat the ground with a Kooji-bird feather for three days in early spring. They are celebrating a tradition that says berries appear on bushes only if the earth is tickled. One may smirk at those in Frago-Mungo, but at least they enjoy their cultural tradition. Critics say that Americans are forced to suffer many delusions for their ridiculous ritual. There is an "earth tickling ceremony" here too. It's called Daylight Saving Time. Those who object to the practice say that like feather-dusting the earth, it doesn't do much good, but it still continues year after year. A growing number of people think it's an insane practice and argue for its abolition.
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