Westbound Famous Quotes & Sayings

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3 Westbound Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Westbound Sayings By Kurt Vonnegut: Trout trudged onward, a stranger in a strange land. His pilgrimage was rewarded with new Trout trudged onward, a stranger in a strange land. His pilgrimage was rewarded with new wisdom, which would never have been his had he remained in his basement in Cohoes. He learned the answer to a question many human beings were asking themselves so frantically: What's blocking the traffic on the westbound barrel of the Midland City stretch of the Interstate? — Kurt Vonnegut
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Westbound Sayings By Jack London: He cut short my request for something to eat, snapping out, "I don't believe you He cut short my request for something to eat, snapping out, "I don't believe you want to work."
Now this was irrelevant. I hadn't said anything about work. The topic of conversation I had introduced was "food." In fact, I didn't want to work. I wanted to take the westbound overland that night. — Jack London
Westbound Sayings By Daniel J. Levitin: Aligning your body clock to the new environment requires a phase shift. It takes one Aligning your body clock to the new environment requires a phase shift. It takes one day per time zone to shift. Advance or retard your body clock as many days before your trip as the number of time zones you'll be crossing. Before traveling east, get into sunlight early in the day. Before traveling west, avoid sunlight early by keeping the curtains drawn, and instead expose yourself to bright light in the evening, to simulate what would be late afternoon sun in your destination. Once you're on the plane, if you're westbound, keep the overhead reading lamp on, even if it is your home bedtime. When you arrive in the western city, exercise lightly by taking a walk in the sun. That sunlight will delay the production of melatonin in your body. If you're on an eastbound plane, wear eye shades to cover your eyes two hours or so before sunset in your destination city, to acclimate yourself to the new "dark" time. — Daniel J. Levitin