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Thursday, August 21, 2014

Don’t lose track of time on Sunday

Photo by Sandy Driscoll

You probably don’t have to mess with your mobile phone but those with analog time pieces, including the mid-century-inspired clock (pictured above) at Modern Eats in Silver Lake,  will have remember to spring ahead one hour on Sunday.

3 comments

  1. More temporal gentrification ruining the character of the neighborhood!

    As a long time resident (since 2007!) I am OUTRAGED by this new time coming in and acting like we should all change to fit their schedule.

    This chronological development just thinks it can come in and turn our schedules around and no one is going to care! Well, I for one do care and am going right out to blanket at least 3 lamp posts with some Shephard Farey style posters to show my resistance.

    PS – This is why I am voting for Wendy! Clearly Garcetti is taking money from Big Timepiece!

    • newbie. go ahead and put up your transplant art. meanwhile my gang and I will be drinking forties and tagging all over it. can’t stop, won’t stop.

  2. The Garcetti camp dropped leaflets warning of the time change, so really no excuse.

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