Updated November 2, 2012
Soon it will be that time again -- time to "fall back" in 2012.
The annual end to Daylight Saving Time comes early in November -- Sunday, November 4, to be exact. At 2 a.m. that day, time goes back an hour. So forewarned is forearmed.
That does not apply if you live in Arizona or Hawaii, which do not recognize Daylight Saving Time. Ditto for all of Asia, the world's most populous continent.
In Europe, the time fell back on Sunday, Oct. 28.
The attached screen grab shows which parts of the world (those colored red) do not observe Daylight Saving Time.
-- So we ask, do you like Daylight Saving Time? Or do you think time should remain the same year-round? Tell us in the comments below.