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Re: dst

Well, my VCR is definitely already set.  Comcast never did change the  time 
back.  Obviously they had it a week early.  Did your time on the  VCR ever get 
corrected???  I just hope they don't put it back another hour  tonight.  LOL  
So we shall see.  
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 11/1/2008 9:58:46 AM Central Daylight Time,  
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

I just  recd my MG newsletter and in the calendar of events, it reads:
"Nov 2 - set  clocks back an hour"  (it's an uneventful month for us)
I'm glad they  mentioned it because I thought it was next weekend and I 
haven't   seen any mention of it, nor is it on any of my calendars.

This is just  a heads-up in case any of you are as "in the dark" about this 
as I  was.

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