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Frazz - Sunday September 1, 2019 Comic Strip Licensing and Permissions

Frazz - Sunday September 1, 2019 Comic Strip
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Caulfield: Back in 1967, the federal government standardized daylight-saving time. It would begin the last Sunday in April and end on the last Sunday of October. Until 1986, then they moved the start to the first Sunday in April. Until 2007. Then they moved the start of daylight-saving time to the second Sunday in March and the end of it to the first Sunday in November. Mrs. Olsen: Your point, Caulfield? Caulfield: If they can lengthen that particular arbitrary summertime, they can lengthen the one between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Mrs. Olsen: You already mentally clock out on your own schedule. Caulfield: This isn't about me. I'm talking about fewer bugs around the barbecue.