What do you think of daylight savings time?
Personally, I’d like to make it permanent. I like the extra hour of sleep I got this weekend, but prefer having extra light at the end of the day.
I’m also okay with standard time being permanent, but only if we adjust our schedules to get that extra hour of daylight at the end of the work day (and I suspect it is easier to make DST permanent than to change schedules.)
Daylight saving time: 19 states seek to make DST year-round
If you're tired of changing your clocks twice a year, there could be some hope on the horizon. But a change to federal law would be required.
Olson: Nebraska’s remarkably elite defense doesn’t deserve the results the Huskers are getting – The Athletic
No team with a record this bad should have a defense this good.
Ohio State at Nebraska football: Media rips Scott Frost for decisions as Huskers’ upset bid falls short
Another missed opportunity for Frost and company. In an upset bid, the Huskers came up short.
No. 6 Buckeyes hang on to win 26-17 over struggling Huskers
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A nine-point win over the last-place team in the Big Ten West might not satisfy Ohio State’s fan base. Buckeyes coach Ryan Day was just fine with it.
Husker Bowling Takes First at the Track Kat Klash - University of Nebraska
Houston, TX- The Nebraska bowling team went 11-2 over the weekend with a total pinfall of 13,900 at the Track Kat Klash. This performance landed them first place
Husker Rifle Remains Undefeated Against VMI - University of Nebraska
Lexington, Va.- The Nebraska Rifle team continued its win streak against the Virginia Military Institute on Sunday, posting a score of 4,689-4,523 to move to 5-0
HuskerOnline - DB Martin discusses his commitment to Nebraska
DB Martin is commitment No. 9 for the Huskers in their 2022 recruiting class
Rewind: Two areas to improve for Huskers; Chinander’s defense has come far; a pair of late-bloomers | Football | journalstar.com
On rewatch, a batch of notes, stats, trends and more after Nebraska’s 26-17 loss to Ohio state on Saturday.
Sportin’ Stuff Outside the 402/308
Moose gallops onto South Dakota State football field before Dakota Marker game against North Dakota State - CBSSports.com
South Dakota State police have been searching for the moose around SDSU’s campus and the city of Brookings
Students barred from games after chants at female goalie | National Sports | yankton.net
KITTANNING, Pa. (AP) — A female high school ice hockey goalie in Pennsylvania is returning to the ice Monday for her first school game since she was the target of
Josh Allen makes history with sack, INT against Josh Allen - Sports Illustrated
A rare piece of NFL history was made in Jacksonville on Sunday.
Molly Seidel makes history at New York City Marathon with broken ribs
After finishing fourth and setting a U.S. record in New York, Olympic bronze medalist Molly Seidel revealed that she is still nursing two broken ribs.
Bill Belichick’s pregame, sweatpants outfit became a hilarious meme
By now we all know that Patriots coach Bill Belichick isn’t concerned with fashion. He showed more proof Sunday.
Another Week - Another Poop Article
'Bacteria Poop' Is Breaking Down Henry VIII's Favorite Ship | Smart News | Smithsonian Magazine
When the ship sunk in 1545, marine bacteria started eating away at the hull
Latrine Used by Ancient Actors Discovered Among Ruins of Theater in Turkey | Smart News | Smithsonian Magazine
Dated to the second century C.E., the communal “artist toilet” could accommodate about a dozen people at a time
More Noise and Other Disturbances
Eyeballs Bounce If You Drop Them Down Stairs, Apparently - Nerdist
Researchers from the Institute of Human Anatomy put real eyeballs to the test, dropping them down stairwells to see if they bounce back.
COP26 welcomes 15-year-old innovator behind India's solar-powered ironing cart : Goats and Soda : NPR
Vinisha Umashankar came up with the idea of solar power instead of charcoal to heat street irons. "Iron-Max" was a finalist for Prince William's Earthshot Prize, and this week, she spoke at COP26.
Some people just don't age, at least not like most
Super Agers and their brains might reveal something about age-related cognitive decline
Why so many people work “bullshit jobs”
Experts say we should only be working 15 hours per week, so why are some working 80?
Is Superman Circumcised? favourite to win Oddest book title of the year | Oddest book title prize | The Guardian
This year’s Diagram prize also pits Curves for the Mathematically Curious against The Life Cycle of Russian Things and Hats: A Very Unnatural History
See the 16 funniest parents on social media this week
A TODAY Parents roundup of the 16 funniest posts from parents on social media, Instagram, Twitter this week.
At risk of stomach cancer, a writer weighs preventative total gastrectomy : Shots - Health News : NPR
Cooking and sharing elaborate meals was her joy. Then she learned a mutation in her genes puts her at extremely high risk of gastric cancer. Could she lose her stomach to save her life?
How Pinterest utterly ruined photo search on the internet
The social media site is the bane of non-users’ lives, hijacking image search results with a pushy sign-up screen. It needs to stop.
This! I am so tired of sorting through Pinterest results when I Google something.
So We Tried Those Viral Tiktok ‘Sex Chocolates’ | Glamour
Believers claim that aphrodisiac-infused ‘sex chocolates” popular on Tiktok make sex better. For...science, we put them to the test.
New York firefighters rescue naked man stuck in bathroom wall for several days, officials say | Fox News
Firefighters rescued a naked man who was stuck for several days inside the bathroom wall of the Landmark Theatre in Syracuse, New York, on Friday, fire officials said.
Then There’s This
Hundreds of breast cancer patients accept ‘knitted knockers’ from Charleville craft group - ABC News
Knitted breast prostheses made Sue Gillies “feel like a woman again”. Now her craft group in outback Queensland makes ”knitted knockers” for cancer patients in Brisbane.
Doug the ugly New Zealand potato could be world’s biggest
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Colin and Donna Craig-Brown were weeding their garden in New Zealand when Colin’s hoe struck something huge just beneath the soil’s surface. As the couple knelt down and began digging around the object, Colin wondered if it was some kind of strange fungal growth, a giant puffball.