Another WE'RE ALL GOING TO DIE! update:
The Indiana Licensed Beverage Association is applauding a decision by Governor Daniels to allow bars to turn their clocks ahead at 3 a.m. this Sunday. Clocks are supposed to spring forward an hour at 2 a.m., which would then make it 3 a.m., the time most bars close. The association says losing an hour of business would cost establishments around the state a total of about $250,000. Association Executive Director Brad Klopfenstein says that can be the difference between a profit and a loss for many businesses.
At least we'll be happy when the end comes.