I've sometimes wondered, when nothing else is on my mind, how many people are
killed or injured in automobile accidents each year when we switch to and from
Daylight Savings Time by folks trying to reset their automobile clocks --
which, as we are proving here, most of us don't know how to do -- while crusing
down the road at 70mph.
Surely I can get a government grant to do a study.
"Anything more than 500 yards from
the car just isn't photogenic." --
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From: AG Schnozz <agschnozz@xxxxxxxxx>
> > That clock doesn't need to be set!
> Actually, everybody overlooked the obvious solution: Move to a
> different Time Zone!
> I have no clue how to set the clocks in my cars. In the Audi I
> have two! My method of setting the clocks is to let my wife
> drive the car. She changes the clocks for me. I think the
> analog style clock uses that knobby which you pull out to change
> time or something. At least that's what my wife says.
> To make this on-topic, does anybody actually change the clocks
> in our digital cameras? I'm batting .500 on doing that with
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