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RE: Real Timekeeping

> Greetings uto all,
> In light of the recent discussion on leap years, leap seconds, orbits,
> rotations, and years divisible by pi, I propose my own system of
> timekkeping, which so far, has proven to be outstandingly accurate.
> When it gets cold, it's winter.
> When it's hot, it's summer.
> When it's getting colder, its (not autumn) getting near winter.
> When it's getting hotter, its (you guessed it) getting near summer.
> When it's dark, it's bedtime.  The sun's asleep, so why arren't you?
> When the sun rises, get up.

You've forgotten about the people who have to go to sleep when the sun comes

> When you're hungry, its meal time.
> When you're dirty, its bath time
> This system has worked perfectly well thus far for me.  Although I will
> willingly accept any changes that would make my calendar more accurate.
> Aye,
> Eogan
Ragnar of Black Diamond

Non-Reciprocal Laws of Expectations
   Negative expectations yield negative results.
   Positive expectations yield negative results.