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While an uncommonly hot summer so far in Dallas, (22 straight days in triple digits) I will take 22 straight days of triple digits over 22 straight of single digits without hesitation or debate. Cool


You need to have your head examined..hahhhaa, I would rather have the single digits..
 
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While an uncommonly hot summer so far in Dallas, (22 straight days in triple digits) I will take 22 straight days of triple digits over 22 straight of single digits without hesitation or debate. Cool
Or you could move to San Diego where neither is ever a possibility.


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Yes, I remember some people in FL and TX bragging about their beautiful days last winter. Here in SD we have good winter temps and right now we're dealing with 75 degree summer days. How do we handle it?
 
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103 today. lost electric power to the house from about 4PM until about 8:15PM


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Originally posted by Mr Cabernet: Here in SD we have good winter temps.


Really? I wasn't aware that it usually below freezing there.


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Just a typical summer day in Taipei- 100 degrees and 75% humidity.


The Dude abides.
 
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Yes, I remember some people in FL and TX bragging about their beautiful days last winter. Here in SD we have good winter temps and right now we're dealing with 75 degree summer days. How do we handle it?

By paying a ton of taxes!
 
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Yes, I remember some people in FL and TX bragging about their beautiful days last winter. Here in SD we have good winter temps and right now we're dealing with 75 degree summer days. How do we handle it?

By paying a ton of taxes!

And do you shy away from fine wines because they are more expensive? Wink
 
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While an uncommonly hot summer so far in Dallas, (22 straight days in triple digits) I will take 22 straight days of triple digits over 22 straight of single digits without hesitation or debate. Cool


Sorry to hear about that WA. How are the runners in your family dealing with the heat? Hot here in Chicago as well, and it's a real pain trying to run when it's over 80F outside in the morning.

Sometimes I still wish I was living in Seattle...
 
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While an uncommonly hot summer so far in Dallas, (22 straight days in triple digits) I will take 22 straight days of triple digits over 22 straight of single digits without hesitation or debate. Cool


Sorry to hear about that WA. How are the runners in your family dealing with the heat? Hot here in Chicago as well, and it's a real pain trying to run when it's over 80F outside in the morning.

Sometimes I still wish I was living in Seattle...


All running is prior to 9:00 AM. Wink

Oh, Chicago over Seattle, any day. Cool
 
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It will be in the 60's on Monday morning, and it is a holiday as well.

Hallelujah, hallelujah! Cool

It has been one heck of a summer, and even rivaled 1980.
 
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It will be in the 60's on Monday morning, and it is a holiday as well.

Hallelujah, hallelujah! Cool

It has been one heck of a summer, and even rivaled 1980.


With a high in the lower to mid 80s. I plan on drinking a case of Rose and smoking an entire box of cigars on the patio Monday! Eek


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It will be in the 60's on Monday morning, and it is a holiday as well.

Hallelujah, hallelujah! Cool

It has been one heck of a summer, and even rivaled 1980.


With a high in the lower to mid 80s. I plan on drinking a case of Rose and smoking an entire box of cigars on the patio Monday! Eek


Big Grin...and all week.
 
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Fall is in the air, and the wind out of the North!

HALLELUJAH! Cool
 
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Beef stew, lasagna, pot roast and chicken cacciatore season is approaching! Not that I'm in any hurry for summer to end, but there are some meals that get put on hold.
 
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Beef stew, lasagna, pot roast and chicken cacciatore season is approaching! Not that I'm in any hurry for summer to end, but there are some meals that get put on hold.


Bill, you should hope for a long and warm Fall season. Wink

I on the other hand, have my Le Creuset primed and ready to go. Big Grin
 
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Returned home today from cool Park City and was surprised at the weather. It was not unbearable in Houston. Pretty warm but not oppressive. Smile
 
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Returned home today from cool Park City and was surprised at the weather. It was not unbearable in Houston. Pretty warm but not oppressive. Smile
It was borderline chilly in the shade walking the dog this morning. I'm ready!


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Today was the first time this year that the air conditioner was turned on. Now my electric bill will be more than $50 this month! Eek
 
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Today was the first time this year that the air conditioner was turned on. Now my electric bill will be more than $50 this month! Eek


Damn you to hell! Wink
 
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It was borderline chilly in the shade walking the dog this morning. I'm ready!


I know my nipples were hard this morning walking the dog. Razz
 
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Did someone from Edmonton hack your account? Big Grin
 
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It was borderline chilly in the shade walking the dog this morning. I'm ready!


I know my nipples were hard this morning walking the dog. Razz
Was there shrinkage?


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It was borderline chilly in the shade walking the dog this morning. I'm ready!


I know my nipples were hard this morning walking the dog. Razz
Was there shrinkage?


No Comprende! Razz
 
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Spent Labor Day in Newport Beach, CA - temps in the 70's/60's glorious.
Come back to Houston, and the temp was 60's this morning!
What gives?

Xhoser - you are blessed. I don't think my electric bills are ever that low in the winter!
 
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