Don't forget to set your clocks ahead this weekend, and, of course, curse the damn gub'ment for making you do it:
Every November, people curl up in their warm beds thanking their lucky stars for that extra hour of sleep. The spring, however, is another story. In March, daylight saving time is not quite so popular, causing people to be pulled from their beds an hour early.
The case against daylight saving time goes far beyond the mild inconvenience many will feel on March 8. It turns out, there is a ton of data that points to the negative effects the change in time has on our bodies. In addition, its energy-saving benefits have been hotly debated.