Upset about having an hour taken from you while you slept?
For shame! Daylight Savings Time serves the common good: the hours we all lost
overnight are collected by a temporal co-op, then washed, combed and spun into skeins of time and given to poor children, who are paid a "fair-trade" wage to
knit them into sweaters that will be donated to homeless veterans.
In Autumn, the naturally-fallen homeless with be sustainably harvested, pressed and distilled to provide the extra hour that is freely redistributed to the people so we can set our clocks back.
So you see, it's all part of the Great Circle Of Organized Collective Life.
T. R. MCELROY'S STREAMLINED TELEGRAPH KEYS
1 year ago