I had read some place that daylight savings time was invented by someone I think in England, in order to conserve candles. This was way back when they didn't have electricity and lanterns or anything and candles were used all the time. They decided that if they moved the clocks an hour ahead in the spring time, they would be able to make more use of time that way. I don't know how it worked in the winter time...You'd think that even though you're conserving candles in the summer, you're making up for it in the winter b/c it gets dark earlier
Oh well. It doesn't bother me none, really.