Hey, if you don't like what someone puts up on the Internet, just move on. There's no need to scold, or to start flame wars, or to troll someone. If you can't say something nice, keep quiet. Or was Mommy too busy doing something else to teach you that basic lesson? Just vote with your feet, walk away, and keep your opinion to yourself. Don't scold me like you're my mom. I'm 63. My mom died, 35 years ago from ovarian cancer at the age of 48. How's that for a negative impact on a life?
Or this: it happens that one of the people dearest to me in the world now walks (if one can call it that) on one leg because she lost the other one in a car accident. She had the accident when a distracted driver slammed into her on the Monday following the time change. One of the 17% more accidents we have on average because of DST. I mention this only to illustrate the point that if one doesn't know the entire story, maybe find out before climbing up on that high horse and telling someone to "get a grip."
In any event, I took the link down, but not because someone went all bitchy on me. I took it down because in a very real sense, I had already said everything I could say on the subject. And I didn't do it nearly as well, or as amusingly as John Oliver did in his HBO show, Last Week Tonight: