They may miss that hour of sleep, but as we turn our clocks ahead, chances are kids won't be changing their watches.
The slow and painful death of your homeland, it's really something.
That's because the vast majority don't have a watch.
I personally believe that You Ess Americans, some of them don't have watches and The Iraq and South Africa; everywhere like such as.
A new study shows that only 1-in-10 Oklahoma City kids ages 6-12 own a watch. And only 1-in-5 know how to read it.
Yes, you read correctly. Foreign aliens brought in to displace you and vote for kosher tyranny can't tell time. This is how we will save America from our crippling "not enough undifferentiated brown aliens" problem.
"Yeah, I was super surprised," said Caitlin Carnes, who works for the Boys & Girls Club at Santa Fe South Elementary. "When I was growing up that was something that we learned. I don't know if that makes me old or not."
I know, right? Who could have predicted that bringing in third world peasants would cause something like this, certainly not the friendly merchant who promoted this madness.
Look! It's time for you to go back!
Instead Friday, Carnes worked to teach kids in the after-school program how to read analog clocks, something even the kids will admit they struggle with.
How about wasteful programs like trying to teach Juan from Guatemala basic life skills? Don't worry, you'll get the bill for it, goyim.
"I think the exposure to technology, everyone's so used to seeing digital," Carnes said. "They all have cell phones and tablets so they don't have to look at a clock very often that's analog."
I give it about five years before we get a "60 I.Q.
Somalian Minnesota kids can't recognize numbers!" sob story, followed by useless spending and no discernible improvement in the genetic alien.
In a school that has a majority Latino population, telling time is an especially critical skill, Carnes said, particularly when other cultures use 24-hour or "military" time systems.
You don't want to be late to the welfare office that closes at 1700 in so-called "military" time.
"I think being able to give them that experience in English is going to help them in school," Carnes said. "It's going to help them with math, it's help they don't always get at home."
You might not actually see any improvement in the filthy, violent rabble that crossed our undefended border, but trust me, it's there.
More than 150 students took the time-telling survey, which featured 15 questions. Only 31 students passed. Only 15 earned perfect scores.
Our bright future.