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PostPosted: Sun Jun 20, 2010 5:27 pm 
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Have to be cautious not to get a sunburn on the Clearspot on the toppa my head. The birdies are tweeting, the rabbits are scampering about, the neighbor's cows are mooing...

Jesus! Just how big is the top of your head, anyway??

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Milton Bradley wrote:
Have to be cautious not to get a sunburn on the Clearspot on the toppa my head. The birdies are tweeting, the rabbits are scampering about, the neighbor's cows are mooing...

Jesus! Just how big is the top of your head, anyway??


Guess I stepped into that one. Well played Doug!

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 22, 2010 5:26 pm 
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Maybe a storm tonight....but then several days of quiet. That would be nice.

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Managed to have a nap in the garden yesterday, so the weather must be ok. All the same, I think they should bring back public executions for weather forecasters.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 23, 2010 10:57 am 
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Lol, 102 in Philly yesterday...managed to get a half a ride in until this massive thunderstorm cell took aim...boy, a couple bolts of lightning and full stereo thunder will get you pedaling faster! Made it back to the hotel just before the heavens opened up...which is a lot better than just after :)

A cool 92 today with about 85% humidity, much better :roll:

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 23, 2010 11:04 am 
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It's hot enough to boil a monkey's bum.

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 29, 2010 12:30 am 
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Turning all inside-out, make the finest weather, write some awesome letters and no-one gives a wink. They think they know a phing? if it was simply that. Every thought is so absocryingly wrong, one should stay away.

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 29, 2010 12:39 pm 
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It's going to be warm, but not in the 90s.

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Don't need no air-conditioner today!

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of all things is me now floating and forlorn in a magnetic storm somewhere near the Fairyland Constellation and the Miss Universe Extravaganza begins in a light hour. ..all systems have gone silly, ourself is fixing and enhancing the engines while with the other hand rolling space weed. You're right, it's somehow cool.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 02, 2010 8:40 am 
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heavy weather in Brazil .... ya, hail of Edamer and Gouda.

Oranyeeeee

de geksten, the most funny, I swear.

..the Limburger Cheese rolls on its own, thunder- eh wander-stylee.


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Big heath fire near my home because of the heat... :cry: 150 ha of beautiful area destroyed...

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 02, 2010 10:53 am 
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36 degrees celsius, no wind, I'm melting. Too much heat for a midleeuropean species like me. I mean this is fucking Rhineland not desert Gobi.

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It's humid, but not hot right now.

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A fire usually starts indeed per heat, but 36°C ain't sufficient, ..sort of :roll: the hottentots. Naturally does a lightning spark up the initial flame, more, much more often, almost always is it nowadays a cigarette, a piece of glass, mostly found on bike-paths, thrown out there by care drivers, focusing the sunbeams or !"§$%&/ @#"µ@ who build up facts for new areas of human activities, the smartest.

Good thing, nature needs a clean-up every now and then for fresh plants etc.

Lol to Fritz. ..and tamara it's supposed to climb a bit higher yet...

EY, ey tipp: cleanse your hair in cold water, cool your arms, and! hold your shirt under water. Do not forget to put it on again. ...know 42°C, where at 41° the blood begins to boil. Then drink hot tea, run up a hill, ride a bike or stay in bed. Here the temperatures dropped when darkness conquered the land, strange thing...


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Sabretoophairy wrote:
while with the other hand rolling space weed.
that must be some really strong stuff.

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BBP wrote:
Big heath fire near my home because of the heat... :cry: 150 ha of beautiful area destroyed...


What's a ha?


Wind moved in tonight, giving us a pleasant breeze.

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BBP wrote:
Big heath fire near my home because of the heat... :cry: 150 ha of beautiful area destroyed...

[quote="Sabretoophairy"]
Good thing, nature needs a clean-up every now and then for fresh plants etc.

:? :? :?
I understand the reasoning, but aren't humans 'cleaning up' enough of the planet as it is?
'Firestick Farming' went out with roaming tribes.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 04, 2010 12:51 am 
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Very hot here (37 degrees centigrade).
Had one of those hot, sticky nights of half-sleep. Woke up at one point to discover myself lying with my chest on the bed and the rest of my body on the floor. Still, you can't complain, when it's nice and sunny (unless you live in Ethiopia).

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 04, 2010 1:35 am 
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phydeaux3 wrote:
BBP wrote:
Big heath fire near my home because of the heat... :cry: 150 ha of beautiful area destroyed...

Sabretoophairy wrote:
Good thing, nature needs a clean-up every now and then for fresh plants etc.

:? :? :?
I understand the reasoning, but aren't humans 'cleaning up' enough of the planet as it is?
'Firestick Farming' went out with roaming tribes.
Unless I misunderstood you?




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At 10:00am, this morning.

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.. looks likes the weather gets some tendrils, and this on Thursday! by Jove. Here in Weather, City is me the only person wonder flinging! funniest spells for the fog-all so to say. ..scuzee.


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It's rained all day today. But it won't dampen the people shooting off fireworks tonight, it will probably stop before then.

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Tomorrow and over the next days it's supposed to reach a record 38°C (1oo°F) here on the 51.° (still BabyLonDon-esque) This has nothing to do with climate change, more of people getting a bit upset about the dumb discussions. Heard that other major places cannot believe they're sweating and swearing in the hundreds.

Next year I'd advise to take part in all bicycle races, best thing to remain cool (the wind and slight perspiration; wear summer pullover for that effect) Someone should show the world that there is no limit for speed. The only problem are them vehicles rattling, melting and falling apart at relativistic velocities. C?

For your pleasure read again on the previous page what a fey has to say, and move further on. Here now even me gets a tiny tad bit concerned about sunflowers. How does nature cope with all this? ow, they all have a specific sort of cooling system, who'd possibly think of that then...


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