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Time Stands Nonetheless
On Tuesday, the Senate unanimously handed laws making daylight saving time permanent.
Jimmy Kimmel stated in his monologue that he was “particularly proud to be an American right now.”
“We lastly agreed on one thing,” he stated. “An concept that each sane American can get behind: that the solar shall by no means once more set at lunchtime on Christmas Day, and should God bless us, each one.”
“At present the Senate unanimously handed a invoice to make daylight saving time everlasting. Oh sure! I don’t assume folks had been this completely happy when Pfizer introduced they’d a vaccine.” — JIMMY FALLON
“They’re calling it the Sunshine Safety Act, which is definitely my favourite Maroon 5 album.” — JAMES CORDEN
“At present everybody within the Senate was like, ‘What occurs now? We’ve by no means handed a invoice earlier than — that is bizarre.’” — JIMMY FALLON
“In the meantime, each wall clock stated, ‘However that’s the one time you ever contact me.’” — JIMMY FALLON
The Bits Price Watching
Amber Ruffin addressed Naomi Osaka’s heckler on Tuesday’s “Late Night time with Seth Meyers.”
What We’re Excited About on Wednesday Night time
Quinta Brunson, the creator and star of the ABC hit comedy “Abbott Elementary,” will seem on Wednesday’s “Each day Present.”