It's hot...

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    It's hot...

    It's like 2AM here... and it's like 30 Degrees
    Everytime I lay down and try to sleep I sweat so much it turns into a thick foam
    Wow, I'm so frigging bored... how am I ever going to get to sleep.

    Thanks for listening.

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    And my password doesn't work
    or does it?

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    Wait... maybe

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    I sleep on the floor below the air duct from which the frigid breath of the freon beast emerges

    Hmm... it's 1:39 now... I should go to bed soon...
    Last edited by d00b; 08-14-2002 at 12:35 AM.

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    Dual-Catfish:

    I had a password problem too. To resolve mine I have to manually login at the control panel first, then go to the message boards.

    P.S. - It's hot as hell down here in Florida with killer humidity to boot.
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    Get a towel, put about half a cup of water on it, then wring it out well (so it ends up slightly damp) then sleep on it (a fan blowing over it will cause evaporation, keeping you cool + it will soak up the sweat). (old Aussie bushmans trick)

    PS 30 C is a nice temp, get out and down the beach. A whole week when even the night time temps are over 40 C (100+F) is hot.
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    >>A whole week when even the night time temps are over 40 C (100+F) is hot.<<

    Try a 42 C average, 24/7, for 2 and a half months, because that's how hot it was last summer in Brisbane. It was the hottest summer on record since 1912!

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    How do guys keep it in this heat?

    Our average is about 21-22 (But is about the end of winter now in SA) In the summers it gets a bit worse, then it goes to about to
    30-35 in the day and 18-24 at night.

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    Up here it's about 30-35C during the day, and about 10-15C at night.
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    from may-september we have 100+F temps and in a good portion of july we have 110+F temps. don't cry about the heat please unless you truly know what it is.

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    Well, if you wanna talk about extreme heat...

    I went to visit my uncle in Namibi last December. And boy was it hot. It was summer and about 45C. Believe me, It's HOT!

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    and whyyy are you guys using celcius? are you trying to be different for once?

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    they aren't from the US probably... and in fact the US is trying to be different since it uses Fahrenheit.
    hasafraggin shizigishin oppashigger...

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    celcius is easier to use then fahrenheit, 0-freeze 100-boil!

    and here in toronto, it's been hot as hell. smog and heat alerts were gives practically everyday, but thank god it cooled down a litttle after the rain.

    and what do i do when i'm hot, the best thing i can think of, nothing
    oh i'm sorry! i didn;t realize my fist was rushing to meet ur face!

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    [mumbles...]

    environmental issues... again...
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    write only with source.

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