By Brett Clarkson Sun Sentinel
Gone are the days when Sheila Danzig would complain about having to change the clocks every six months. Now it’s every eight months.
For Danzig, the twice-yearly ritual of Daylight Saving Time, which begins Sunday, leaves her feeling disoriented for days afterward. Plus, it’s annoying to have to figure out how to set the time on the microwave again. So the 68-year-old Weston woman knows what she’ll be thinking when she goes through the motions again this weekend.
“The same thing that goes through everybody’s minds — I can’t stand this,” she said.
Of course, not everybody gets as fired up as Danzig. Some don’t mind the time change, others like it. But Danzig, who works as an evaluator of foreign education credentials, is not alone in Florida when it comes to wanting a single system. Over the past few years, there have been several legislative efforts at the state level, some proposing Daylight Saving Time year-round, another calling for year-round Standard Time, none of them successful.
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