No Daylight Savings in Puerto Rico is part of the TPOL Moves to PR Trip Report.
Daylight savings is one of the dumbest things man has created. It rivals the CFP Playoff Selection Committee, which should include Michigan this year, if everything goes according to plan (see The Game: A Wolverine’s Guide For Surviving Columbus), and it rivals resort fees. When I lived in Arizona (see TPOL in the Desert), a state backwards enough to elect Sheriff Joe, it was nonetheless wise enough to not implement DST. In Puerto Rico, the lack of daylight savings means that I am now an hour ahead. That’s actually inconvenient. Monday Night Football starts an hour later meaning I’m more likely to be like Tony Kornheiser and fall asleep before the conclusion of the game. It means more work because business hours have been extended. The only benefit is that I will gain an hour when I fly to the US. Much like the content of this post, I don’t see the point of DST and demand that it be eliminated.
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