Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Time in Indiana

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Time in Indiana refers to the controversial time zone division of Indiana, and to the state's historical response to the innovation of daylight saving time. The official dividing line between Eastern Time and Central Time has, over time, progressively moved west, from the Indiana–Ohio border, to a position where it divided Indiana down the middle, to the Indiana–Illinois border as it is today.

I would just like to say, "It is 7 AM and pitch dark"...... jack