Sunday, March 14, 2010

Even a clock that isn't broken is wrong twice a year

In early 2007, I bought "The world's first auto-setting clock radio," which automatically sets the date and time when you plug it in. It's calibrated to some satellite. About a month later, Congress changed the weeks on which the time changes, so the clock has always done that on the wrong week. Much hilarity inevitably ensues.

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