Ever since I thought about it and realised negative change was as easy (if not easier) to bring about than positive change, I’ve thought this about the “be the change you want to see in the world” quote, and it’s good to see others say the same thing. I’d rather use Stalin as an example, personally, but Hitler conveys the point perfectly.
Mark Dickinson, in the Python Ideas mailing list thread Please reconsider the Boolean evaluation of midnight. via Tom, who added:
I just found out that I was mistaken in my belief that Britain had double summer time between 1968 and 1971; instead, it turns out there were no daylight savings changes between those dates, but they were reinstated after a 366 - 81 Parliamentary vote.