I've never been to Arizona, but based on what I know about it, pretty much the only thing I like about the state is that they ignore daylight savings time. This happens ever year. Beginning in November the clocks change and I have to ride my bike home in pitch black. It lasts until the middle of March when we finally start getting to walk or ride home from work in the sunlight again. No one likes daylight savings time except morning people, and let's face it, they're going to like morning even if it's dark when they wake up. That's just how they are. I've been told daylight savings time was enacted so that factories wouldn't have to be lit up at night during WWII, because if these factories were darkened it would be harder for planes to drop bombs on them. No one is bombing our factories currently, but if someone were to do so, I'd suspect that the perpetrator would be a morning person. There's something fundamentally wrong with all of them.