Here you go, Thanks to Saturnspot...
Items you need:
-A 1991-2002 Saturn S-Series vehicle.
-At least one hand. Two are preferred.
-One eye... Wait, no, you could do it by touch if you had to.
What this procedure will do:
-Disable the annoying daytime running lights (aka DRL's).
-Disable the DRL's without affecting anything else on the car.
--Both headlights still work, low and high beam (foglights work too).
--No warning lights will flash or illuminate on your dashboard.
--You're not required to have a ghetto-fab jumper plugged into your fuse box.
-Allow you to re-enable the DRL's if the need arises, without having to carry the relay in your glovebox/map pocket/cup holder/etc.
1.) Pop your hood, unscrew the big plastic bolt on your underhood fuse box.
2.) Find the DRL relay. (Underside of fuse box cover has a diagram, it will be labeled "DRL".)
If you don't know how to read the fuse box diagram, here is a picture. The DRL relay is circled in red.
3.) Pull the relay out. Easily accomplished with a straight-up pulling motion and a bit of rocking back and forth (follow the arrows in the picture above).
4.) With relay removed, take a look at it. Cute, huh? Wonderous little things, relays are. Electromagnetic switches. Back on topic. Find the diagram printed on one side. See how it relates perfectly to the orientation of the pins on the side next to it.
5.) Find pin 85. Bend it flat against the relay housing so that it won't be inserted into the socket
6.) Plug the relay back in. Enjoy cruising around without your DRL's.
7.) If anyone ever gives you any trouble about disabling a "safety feature", or if you ever feel the need to re-enable your DRL's, simply bend the pin back into place.