[TUHS] Date madness
dave at horsfall.org
Mon Dec 18 08:15:13 AEST 2017
On Sun, 17 Dec 2017, Random832 wrote:
> That'd be daylight savings, then, not leap years. 1987 was the year that
> the US changed the date of the time shift from the last sunday of April
> to the first.
You should try living in Australia :-) It was a political plaything for
quite a while, until it finally stabilised (except for the Sydney Olympics
in 2000). Neither QLD nor WA have it. Broken Hill, a city in NSW,
observes Central Time. And there was something odd about the railway line
at Echuca at one time (did it observe Central Time once, despite being in
Dave Horsfall DTM (VK2KFU) "Those who don't understand security will suffer."
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