Friday, June 01, 2007

Daylight Savings Month Announced

In a move to further conserve energy, the US Congress has decided to declare June "Daylight Savings Month," when everyone in the US should set their calendars ahead one month.

Today has officially been declared the first of July. "By eliminating the high-wattage start of summer, we should drastically reduce our energy consumption," said a spokesman.

IT staffs have been scrambling to update software and networks to reflect the new structure of the year.

To make up for the change, calendars will be set back at the end of the much milder month of October.


Blogger Hank the Hacking Hick said...

Boy howdy! I can't wait to shoot me off all my fireworks Monday night!

2:14 PM  
Blogger Nostradamus said...

Most people don't know this, but we're actually in a daylight saving millennium. That's how I know about everything before it happens--it's all because of the millennium change.

2:18 PM  

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