There are always articles on how DST is killing us at this time of year.
"Researchers estimate that car crashes in the US caused by sleepy daylight-saving drivers likely cost 30 extra people their lives over the nine-year period from 2002-2011."
30 deaths over a nine year span? Since about 80 people die on the highways every day, how was this determined to be due to DST?
I know the following is from CNN (so undoubtably fake news), but it was interesting.
"The majority of people, 55%, actually aren't disrupted at all by DST. That was the finding of a Princeton Survey Research Associates International survey in 2017. Now, a healthy minority, 41%, said that they were at least a little disrupted by DST, but among all Americans only 13% said it was a major disruption. Indeed, the limited high quality public polling data finds that there's not some great crusade for Americans to switch away from having DST and standard time. Three years ago, a CBS News survey found that a majority of Americans 54% were either okay with the current situation or had no opinion on the subject. Even among those who wanted a change, they were split evenly between those who wanted DST all year or not at all."
Go to bed an hour early on Saturday night. Or don't ever travel across a time zone from west to east.
Some say "I can". Others say "I can't". Both manage to be correct.