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    Quote Originally Posted by Quest View Post
    From another thread I gather Seattle has it's own set of problems...

    The earthquake thread? That's gone now...lcash needs to get it going again!

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    Actually, I think it's pretty cool. (no pun intended)

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    I would much rather be hot, and sit in the shade with a breeze blowing, that get freezing cold, and try to warm up in my car...it simply can't be done. When you're hot, and you feel the breeze, you instantly feel cooler. When you're sitting in the car with the heat blowing directly on you, you're still shivering. Actually...I think I need to move to Mexico!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lista View Post
    I would much rather be hot, and sit in the shade with a breeze blowing, that get freezing cold, and try to warm up in my car...it simply can't be done. When you're hot, and you feel the breeze, you instantly feel cooler. When you're sitting in the car with the heat blowing directly on you, you're still shivering. Actually...I think I need to move to Mexico!
    Give it a couple years, you'll want it to be cooler.

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    We're living in Florida right now, partly because we hate the cold. Even NC ended up being too cold for me. Every time I'd get too chilled, I'd get a cold or flu. I know, getting cold doesn't give you a cold. But it does make me vulnerable to whatever germs are going around. Otherwise, I seem to have a pretty good immune system. Since we came to FL I haven't been sick once, in spite of being around my nieces, great-nieces, and great-nephew when they were sick.

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    I hate hot and humid like it typically is in the deep south and in the middle americas in the summertime. I can deal with up to 100 as long as it is dry. Kosovo was something like that this summer and that was okay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightsky View Post
    We're living in Florida right now, partly because we hate the cold. Even NC ended up being too cold for me. Every time I'd get too chilled, I'd get a cold or flu. I know, getting cold doesn't give you a cold. But it does make me vulnerable to whatever germs are going around. Otherwise, I seem to have a pretty good immune system. Since we came to FL I haven't been sick once, in spite of being around my nieces, great-nieces, and great-nephew when they were sick.
    I experienced single digits for the first time after moving to the west side of NC...it just ain't right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lista View Post
    I would much rather be hot, and sit in the shade with a breeze blowing, that get freezing cold, and try to warm up in my car...it simply can't be done. When you're hot, and you feel the breeze, you instantly feel cooler. When you're sitting in the car with the heat blowing directly on you, you're still shivering. Actually...I think I need to move to Mexico!
    This can be your next vacation spot then. ;)

    http://livingfaithforum.com/forum/sh...ps-Middle-East

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