Sun: 1, wonko: 0

Thanks to Daylight Saving Time, my daily commute now has me driving directly into the sunrise in the morning and directly into the sunset in the evening. This wouldn't be such a big deal if every single traffic light along the route wasn't precisely calibrated to hang in front of the sun's exact position exactly when I arrive at said light.

Someone could make a billion dollars by inventing some kind of automatically-deployed sun shielding device for traffic lights.