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long story:

i think it fucks with my respiration

something about the compressed air makes my throat hurt, and the temperature flux (it's very bad at work, where various labs are different temps and some areas are hot and others are frigid) that seems to make my chest hurt

also, just like in winter, i like to feel the season

if i wanted it to be 70 year round, i'd move to SF.

 

then there is the whole thing about expense and energy usage and how pathetic people have become that they can't survive in temperatures we managed to evolve in

 

short story:

i don't want to pay for something i don't really care about

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in this heat the window a/c is a must.

Before i bought it i would just sit down and sweat.

Not even moving or doing any strenuous activities just sitting and sweating.

No bueno

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long story:

i think it fucks with my respiration

something about the compressed air makes my throat hurt, and the temperature flux (it's very bad at work, where various labs are different temps and some areas are hot and others are frigid) that seems to make my chest hurt

also, just like in winter, i like to feel the season

if i wanted it to be 70 year round, i'd move to SF.

 

then there is the whole thing about expense and energy usage and how pathetic people have become that they can't survive in temperatures we managed to evolve in

 

short story:

i don't want to pay for something i don't really care about

 

AC dries my sinuses out....that might sound like a good thing but it really isn't. And SF is not 70 year round....that's San Diego. We're more like 60 year round. With fog.

 

Anyway....sun's out, and it's 67 right now in East Oakland. Time to go to Fruitvale for a taco and to pick up some winos.

 

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just an FYI from the east coast:

 

60º year round = 70º year round

 

... to someone who has highs up to 110ºF and lows down to -5ºF.

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symbols..

 

hate i missed you..

when and where where you???

 

and oh yeah..dont worry..we will be getting it come jan, feb

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pfft i had no idea you were there.

have you made the move?

 

i was in sampa june 9-11

before that i was in BA-->MVD-->Iguacu

then after i went to Rio for a couple days. traveled june 3-14.

 

i so want to go back. Anarkia Boladona has some of my stuff in a show she's doing. wish i could make it to that... i loved it. brazil is def one of my favorite places. i'd really like to go to Florianopolis. and of course Carnival.

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From June 25 to July 1, some 2,171 record temperatures were either broken or matched, the NOAA said. For the 30 days of June, that number rose to 3,215.

 

Five states had more than 100 record temperatures broken in June. Texas had 237 records broken, followed by Colorado (226), Kansas (164), Missouri (126), and Arkansas (115).

 

 

for every 'low' record that is broken, TWO 'high' records are broken

so we are trending upward, and quickly.

 

meh, it obviously is only weather.

deadly, killer weather muahahahaaaaaa

 

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i have a mini fridge next to this desk & have decided im going to keep it open for short periods of time, as to feel toe cool air slowly wafting out of it... if it breaks, it breaks. too fucking hot in here to care

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If you work from home or have another reason to be sitting down for a long period of time, fill up two relatively large bowls or pans with a couple inches of ice water and plunge your feet into them. You might look like a nut to your significant other or roommate, but if you have icy water up to your ankles or so it will cool your circulation and thus your body. You can do it for your wrists/hands too, but then you can't do other cool shit like eating popsicles or drinking chilly beer, and your fingers will get wrinkled.

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i saw a climate scientist on the news, he corrected a statement i made above..

apparently record highs are outpacing record lows eleven to one. so i guess we should all expect this.

 

 

Realism that's a pretty good idea.

cooling the body's core temp down helps a lot. i take a cold shower before bed. and aside from putting cold water on the back of your neck, rinsing your forearms up to the crook of your elbow is good too.

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boooop.

 

 

Sat

Jul 7

108°

Mostly Cloudy

CHANCE OF RAIN:

10%

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its been cold as fuck in my neck of the woods, no summer weather yet. I dont know what you assholes are all bitching about.

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Still havnt beet 109 yet... we will probably get a 111 or 112 day here soon...

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Yesterday in PHX it was cool & cloudy.

 

There was light rain for a couple hours, just long enough for me to get drunk and float around in my pool wearing only what God sent me into the World with.

 

The rain was cold, the breeze was strong and cool, and my pool was 86 degrees.

 

felt good man.

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Up here in Vancouver it's been in the 50s all year up until last week where it finally hit the 70s. Fucking bullshit.

 

I was in Vegas last week and the 100+ temps were a welcome change from waking up freezing in July with the temp outside in the 40s

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finally cooled out to normal summer.

phew.

 

now bring on the hurricanes

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