Voicemail from Samantha from Upstate New York:
You know, Daylight Savings Time started today and I’m kind of wondering, what’s the point? I had to get up an hour earlier and I was wicked tired and, somehow we’re supposed to be saving energy? I don’t know. Iwas figuring maybe you could explain that?
Email from Shelby from Philadelphia:
Do we really need daylight savings time?
Voicemail from Jeannette from Philadelphia:
I don’t understand Daylight Savings Time — and I understand you may have gotten a question about this so hopefully it’s not the same one — but there’s no way you can save daylight, ok? Like, unless, you have solar power then you might be able to save daylight and use it for energy. But you’re not saving daylight by, like, moving the times around, because the sun would still be shining the same times it would be shining anyway, so really it’s ridiculous. It has nothing to do with anything. It’s just stupid. It’s semantics. It’s so dumb. Goodbye. And the other thing th