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    I noticed when I was outside in shorts a few minutes ago.

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    I'm in northern Florida and I am pretty cold. It might get down to 19 in a couple of nights, which is nothing for you people, but gawd. They don't sell enough adequate winter wear around here. At least I have boots now. In high school when it got into the teens, we'd still be walking around in flip flops (maybe with toe-socks) bitching about our toes .

    I don't know if I'd survive up north.
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    I'm still trying to decide on which winter sleeping bag to order so that I can get out and enjoy this cooler weather.

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    I sent that Alberta clipper. You are all welcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pippi View Post
    I sent that Alberta clipper. You are all welcome.
    Thank you!

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    It's supposed to go down to 5 degrees farenheight. Ouch, I think that's the coldest I've ever experienced in my life.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    Well, you have it pretty freezing there
    I saw in news that schools in America was closed due to low temperatures (somewhere), ahh, America..

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLastMohican View Post
    I wish that global warming would hurry up a bit.
    Heh, unfortunately I think we can expect more and more of this because of global warming. Entropy is fun

    (I'm still irritated I got snowed in here at home. More snow than I ever remember. I don't pay Vancouver prices for snow!)

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    It's a lot colder than normal here in central NC. Although it doesn't compare to the frozen tundra that is now the midwest, it's enough to make me stay inside all day, and pay six bucks for parking when I would normally ride my bike. It's mid-day, and it can't be warmer than 35F out there.

    I wore my warmest hat and warmest gloves.

    To sum up, it's bitchin' cold.



    Edit; I just checked the weather. High's supposed to be 33F on Friday. Fuck, that's even colder than it is today. Winter is not my favorite season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptgatsby View Post
    Heh, unfortunately I think we can expect more and more of this because of global warming. Entropy is fun

    (I'm still irritated I got snowed in here at home. More snow than I ever remember. I don't pay Vancouver prices for snow!)
    Is there anything that global warming can't explain? :rolli:

    Sorry I don't mean to derail. These past few winters have been cold and the summers mild here in the Boise area, usually keeps arid enough not to snow but the past few seasons we've recieved plenty (which still isn't much at all compared to the lake-effect snows.)
    ...Then I ducked my head and the lights went out, and two guns blazed in the dark;
    And a woman screamed, and the lights went up, and two men lay stiff and stark...

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