It’s good to be back home. I am back to getting my daily lunch bien dang (lunch box) from the local “Luby’s”.
Did you already know this? It was news to me . . . .
“Under the new regulations, next year people will set their clocks forward three weeks earlier on March 11 and will fall back on November 4.” This is, of course, designed to conserve energy by taking advantage of the daylight. Dr. David Prerau, who was a consultant for Congress on this bill, states that by adding this extra time to DST will shave one percent – 3 billion kilowatt hours – off of the United States’ power bill.