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    Quick question just hit me when I heard the clocks were going forward... I wonder if they went went Forward/Back first time around
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGTYM2010 View Post
    Quick question just hit me when I heard the clocks were going forward... I wonder if they went went Forward/Back first time around
    They went forward first time around.

    Starting on 30 April 1916, Germany and its World War I allies were the first to use DST (ger.: Sommerzeit) as a way to conserve coal during wartime. Britain, most of its allies, and many European neutrals soon followed suit. Russia and a few other countries waited until the next year and the United States adopted it in 1918. Since then, the world has seen many enactments, adjustments, and repeals.[25]
    from here: Daylight saving time - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Not that much of a Laaaanger thanks pal every time the clocks go back or forward over the last few years that question hit home .
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    What if you have a midnight appointment, there are two valid times you could show up.

    What if you have an appointment for 12:00, and after an hour she says: "okay you can go now" and you point at the clock and say.... lol nvm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicegirlsarenice View Post
    What if you have a midnight appointment, there are two valid times you could show up.

    What if you have an appointment for 12:00, and after an hour she says: "okay you can go now" and you point at the clock and say.... lol nvm...
    Not sure how that works, since the switchover is at 1 am.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nicegirlsarenice View Post
    What if you have a midnight appointment, there are two valid times you could show up.

    What if you have an appointment for 12:00, and after an hour she says: "okay you can go now" and you point at the clock and say.... lol nvm...
    I think it entitles the client to a 2for1 on the hour session
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