Yes, it is time for that nonsense again.
How many of you are 1) still up at 2 a.m., or 2) will get up at 2 a.m. to reset your clocks?
Which of you will forget the whole thing until you find yourself at church an hour before starting time Sunday morning?
How many of you wish they'd just quite fooling with the whole thing?
As I have stated on this blog in times past, I would not find DST objectionable were it not the case that we live in an area which is incorrectly zoned anyway, and hence DST is really double daylight time. Clarification: When we go to Standard Time, we are really going to daylight savings time. Okay?
I typed the title and later got to thinking, What is close to right? I believe close to right is just another way to be wrong.*
*As a mathematician, I am keenly aware of the fact that there are situations and circumstances in which close is the best one can hope for. Yet, even then, the closer the better.