Have you ever had a random thought and wonder about the history of clocks. Today I wanted to go to church and in order to do that, I set an alarm for 8:00 am. I wanted to get up at this time so that I can get a shower and to just reset my biological clock because lately I’ve been staying up til like one o’clock in the morning. Specially last night when me and my girl friend had a musical movie night. I didn’t get to bed until two in the morning. A little bit of that had to do with me wanting to see the time change of day light savings. Yeah that did not happen on my phone and this morning I woke up at ten and not once did my alarm go off. So I’m guessing that maybe my phone changes at eight in the morning because it obviously did not come. I wasn’t the only one. There was a large number of girls at school that didn’t make it to church. My guess is that their’ alarms didn’t go off.
Well last semester my friend Sam made this documentary. He hates it and thinks it is absolutely retarded. I on the other hand really like it and can’t stop laughing at it. He took something that was so utterly boring and added some fun to it. Do you really want to learn about clocks for no reason. In this documentary you will receive a good chunk of information about the history of clocks. I don’t know why I find it so funny, I guess it is because I know who he is and that it’s him doing the voices. So knowing that, I can just picture the facial expressions that he is making while speaking the script or if it was him sitting in front of the camera talking. But if you like it let me know or just go on Youtube and leave a comment.