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JD's Blog, a place where sight and sound have no meaning, where time and space are illusions, and where a DJ  air personality posts his slightly off-kilter take on this, that, and the other thing.
 
I've loved radio since I was a kid and consider myself extremely lucky to get paid to do it. I'm a 2002 graduate of the DC campus of the Connecticut School of Broadcasting, I play several musical instruments and write books for fun. And I'm a huge fan of the Philly teams: the Phillies, Eagles, Flyers and Sixers. 
 
 
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by JD posted Mar 11 2015 5:28PM
Smiley says is a webcomic I created which debuted right here on this very page. I'd like to say I worked hard on it but that sadly would by a lie. I'd like to say it was a labor of love but that too would be untrue. So let's just say I worked on it and it was a labor of like. More installments to come. Cheers.

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by JD posted Mar 3 2015 6:09PM

DISCLAIMER: I am not a Chronologist, or any other type of time scientist. I'm just some goofy dude in a baseball cap who yells good evening on the radio.

Daylight savings time will soon be starting again. I'm against it, personally. But then, I'm a night person. But I don't see why it's such a big deal that the sun goes down a little later. It's not as though the day is any longer...it's still 24 hours long. It's only our perception that changes. Honestly I think it's a little weird for the sun to still be shining at 9PM in the middle of the summer.

So why not try for a happy medium? Instead of setting the clocks forward an hour, why not just set them forward a half hour and leave them there forever? Then the sun won't be out too late in the summer and it won't set too early in the winter. This is a genius idea and I don't know why nobody ever thought of it before.

But it's not going to work unless we get the whole country on board. That's only like 350 million people. Should be a piece of cake. Cheers.

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