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So Much Stuff I Can't Recall

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Hmmmmm...

Here's a mindbender:

A woman pregnant with twins gives birth Oct. 29, 2006. One child is delivered at 1:59am, the other five minutes later. Because daylight savings time ends a minute after the first delivery, the second takes place at 1:04am.

Imagine the ensuing hilarity as the children fight over who's oldest.

(Of course, if the children were born in Hawaii, Arizona or parts of southern Indiana, they're exempt from this quandary.)

Mikesell

1 Snarky Remarks:

Actually, as of April this year, Indiana observes DST. Some of us are on CST year round and some on EST.

But you don't really want to discuss that with me as I'm still rather upset about the way things turned out!
Blogger Michelle Pendergrass, at 4:12 PM  

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