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That's the temp in Death Valley.

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post #2 of 29 (permalink) Old 07-19-2005, 08:54 AM
 
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going to be 83 here, but humid as fork!
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we're looking 93 - 95 here today...will probably get showers around 4 pm...
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128?

Ive done 124. The idiot kid i was then, I was outside riding around on my bicycle. And I thought 124 sucked. But 128, damn. Has it hit 130 there? We had 118 or something yesterday. I can attest, that anything over 112 is HOT HOT HOT!!! Drink lots of water!!!
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WOWZA...128..... and I get all crazy when is 98 and humid out
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It's supposed to be like 105 here today. Forget drinking water, drink VODKA! Much better and healthier for you!
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we're looking 93 - 95 here today...will probably get showers around 4 pm...

and the Urr Conditioning in my class isnt working
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A/C is a luxury. You don't need it, no reason for it.
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A/C is a luxury. You don't need it, no reason for it.

When you live in a place where its 10:00 at night, and its still over 100 degrees, then try calling it a luxury.

And since I DO LIVE SOMWHERE LIKE THAT, for most people here AC is a must. If it were to me, On a necessity scale of 1-10, 10 needing it the most, i give it a 7.5. Swimming pools are another really really helpful activity in the summer here
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When you live in a place where its 10:00 at night, and its still over 100 degrees, then try calling it a luxury.

And since I DO LIVE SOMWHERE LIKE THAT, for most people here AC is a must. If it were to me, On a necessity scale of 1-10, 10 needing it the most, i give it a 7.5. Swimming pools are another really really helpful activity in the summer here



As an eleven year veteran of Phoenix, I agree. I wouldn't have lived there one month without AC.
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I'll stick with the 90 some degree temps vs. 128!
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As an eleven year veteran of Phoenix, I agree. I wouldn't have lived there one month without AC.
Would you trade it for D-town weather?




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I'd rather the pool over the A/C.
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Would you trade it for D-town weather?
Growing up in D-Town, I'd say yes as long as we're talking summer. Then again, I'll complain about the weather no matter where I am.
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