Wednesday, April 05, 2006

See? This is what I'm talking about.

It's 6:44am.

It's bloody dark outside.

YOU come and try to resurrect these comatose lumps of protoplasm usually described as my offspring because they have to go to the potty, brush their collective teeth, find the invariably lost elements of, and then put on their school uniforms, have breakfast, collect their school implements, and be out the door by 7:35am...all to the anguished cries of "but it's DARK outside."

Sux.

's all I'm saying.

-J.

Posted by Joke at 6:45 AM

12 Comments

  • Blogger Badger posted at 7:44 AM, April 05, 2006  
    Are you going to keep whining like this until DST is over? I just want to be prepared.
  • Blogger Joke posted at 10:10 AM, April 05, 2006  
    Nah. Maybe another week or so, until:

    1- I get used to it, and
    2- I go back to the office full time.

    In the meantime, verily it doth give much suck.

    -J.
  • Blogger --erica posted at 10:54 AM, April 05, 2006  
    ADD SNOW and maybe I'll feel sorry for you.
  • Blogger jujube posted at 10:56 AM, April 05, 2006  
    I am an unabashed DST lover.
  • Blogger perceptive reader posted at 11:40 AM, April 05, 2006  
    With DST you can still see sun in the early evening. There's daylight here at 6:45 so it's win/win time.
  • Blogger Joke posted at 12:48 PM, April 05, 2006  
    When I lived in Ecuador, the best thing was that EVERY DAY the sun rose at 6:45am and set at 6:45pm.

    Ah, equatorial life. The oppressive humidity and never ending heat (even by SoFla standards) I could have lived without, though.

    -J.
  • Blogger julia posted at 1:34 PM, April 05, 2006  
    It's snowing here. It's been snowing here all day. That's something to whine about. The dark? Not so much.
  • Blogger Joke posted at 1:40 PM, April 05, 2006  
    I'm not whining, I'm railing.

    -J., shaking fist like Grandpa Simpson
  • Blogger MsCellania posted at 2:49 PM, April 05, 2006  
    I've adjusted.

    But, I am femaile. Adjusting easily comes with assorted girly parts. It's adjust or live in a constantly pissed-off state, vs. just 10 days of the month.

    Not that I didn't rail, a little ...
  • Blogger --erica posted at 4:38 PM, April 05, 2006  
    oh that wasn't whining? it did sound a bit like whining.
  • Blogger Joke posted at 6:23 AM, April 06, 2006  
    A good rule o'thumb is that whining usually features the word "why," as in "why me?" or "why is this turning green?"

    The blog/combox is a lousy way to convey wrath, alas. Just pity the unfortunates when I become Maximum Leader and abolish DST (even before I abolish the income tax and the beekeper subsidy and the National Helium Reserve, which shows a lot.)

    Basically I'm more "Grr!" than I am "Boohoo" over DST.

    Just wait for the gloatwave that will overcome me in OCtober, though.

    -J.
  • Blogger Sarah Louise posted at 8:43 AM, April 06, 2006  
    Um, vickee, adjusting to DST is not inherently female, since the last time I checked, I was still fighting off sleep at work and last time I checked, yep, I still have two x chromosones.

    SL, battling the desire to crawl back onto the couch...

    the only reason I'm up, now, is my bladder. It's the only reliable alarm clock I've found. And now it's T minus 15 minutes until I do my taxes...

    The vw: rrpoos.
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