Personally, I do not believe in Daylight Saving, which we (as in U.S.) are "in" right now, Timewise. Professionally, however (or maybe I should say "professionally" in quotes), I am Societally forced by The Man to conform to the so-called "Daylight Saving" in order to appear in the office at my job and stuff according to Daylight Saving O'clocks, which, in case you are unfamiliar with Time, means that right now you pretend it's an hour later than it really is until 2 a.m. ("Daylight Saving Time") on Nov. 10, 2013, and then you "Fall Back," and "gain" an "extra" hour of sleep or whatever other fun you might be [...]
Speaking of running out the clock (see: every post in the last three hours), your friends at The Awl would like to take a moment to remind you that Sunday marks the end of Daylight Savings Time. Set your clocks back an hour. Or forward an hour? I can never remember which is which. Spring… awakening? Spring forward? Lemme go hit up Google and get back to you.
UPDATE: Yeah, it's definitely back. Mmm, more cold and dark for everyone!