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    PAK I did mean celebrations not technical birthdays. I don't know where you come from but most creatues can only be born once [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img] I meant 3 times I have actually had someone you know do something for my birthday. I don't really care that much. This year I took a trip to see CPs in the Panhandle about 2 weeks after so I suppose I could count that. So what am I up to now 4? I suppose if I got technical I could count 2-3 packages a year from cousins/aunts/uncles who actually care enough to remember. I nd incase your keeping count that is at young age also. The one was when I was two (I don't remember though) and I did not count the actual day I was born because not a whole lot of celebrating there, just sleeping.

    I would imagine that farmers don't like DS time because they have to work later.

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    Numbers 6 and 11 hold alot of truth, and the quicker you learn #2 the fewer knots you will have on the back of your head
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    dst does nothing really for or against farmers..


    tre, farmers work for at least sunrise to sunset on normal days, and yes i do know this bc i work and live on a farm in south dakota.

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    thanks for you imput

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    Growing up I was told dairy farmers who also have an outside job hate DST because the cows don't set their clocks ahead the way the company does.
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    Don't think hard about daylight savings time, its use, its relationship with the earth and sun or try to mathematically calculate what difference it would make if it didn't exist for too long or blood will shoot out of your nose.
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    I've also heard that it throws things outa sink.... oh wait no that would be the leap year.... nvm
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    o_O

    EDIT: Oh wait.. I see what you're saying. I thought you actually meant "sink" (faucet), not "sync" (order). I was like, 'Leap years throw things out of the sink.. what?'
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