By Parker RuisThe sun set in Vilnius at about 3:30 p.m. the first week of November, but the natural turn of the earth ensured that precious daylight time had started fading away even earlier.So already, with winter still more than a month away, Lithuanians are stumbling around in a shroud of darkness before they have digested their lunches.Lithuania's decision last spring to turn the clocks back one hour and join the First European Time Zone of Western Europe (GMT +1 instead of GMT +2) is finally proving as inane as many suspected it would. People are irratable and they're not hiding it. Do...
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