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ConiFur forges deal with Father Time to create 25 hour day

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In an unprecedented arrangement, the organizers of ConiFur NorthWest have realized the need to increase the number of hours in a day to fully enjoy all the events and activities that go on during a busy convention weekend. They have arrived at an agreement with Father Time to extend Saturday, October 27th, by one full hour. "If it means having one more hour to shop for bunny art, I'm all for it," stated chairman James W. "Tibo" Birdsall. Some people may choose to use it to sleep in on Sunday morning a bit longer. In any case, everyone should change their clocks back at 2 AM Sunday morning to 1 AM.



This is a one time opportunity for squeezing 25 hours into a 24 hour day, but it would be required to remove the extra hour this coming spring in April.



This offer is not valid in Hawaii, Arizona, and some portions of Indiana. Check your dealer for details.

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If they'd just shorten the length of an hour by a measly 21.3 seconds we could have an extra hour every weekend instead of once a year.

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Hmmm... does it mean that you have to or get to repeat everything you did from 1am to 2am? Sounds like a wonderful idea... where do I sign up?

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I'm Ferret!

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If it means you have to repeat everything you did from 1 to 2 a.m., then make sure you are doing something fun and exciting for that hour because you'll get to do it twice!

Reality is not only stranger than we think, it's stranger than we CAN think!

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