Time we gave up on the folly of saving daylight?

In 1984 the Eldorado Daily Journal asked its readers to save daylight during Daylight Savings Time, and offered a prize for the person who saved the most. The rules were simple: “Beginning with the first day of Daylight Savings Time, those entering the contest must begin saving daylight. Those who save the most daylight by midnight of the last day of Daylight Savings Time will be awarded a prize,” the paper said. “Only pure daylight is allowed,” it continued. “No pre-dawn light or twilight will be accepted. Daylight on cloudy days is allowable. Moonlight is strictly prohibited and any of it … Continue reading Time we gave up on the folly of saving daylight?