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Must be the North American version of the Monsoon season.
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Unless there is a storm in the ocean coming, I would only use a weeks worth as possible weather. You can't predict that far ahead with accuracy.

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I'm not looking forward to spending the summer in an old farmhouse with no AC. I don't care what anyone says, it gets hot in Ohio.

Definitely not Florida-hot, though. I honestly can't imagine.
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I've got a friend down near tampa- from what he tells me, it sounds like it rains every day in Florida, constantly.



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It does rain often in Florida. The difference being, it will rain and 20 minutes later be beautiful again. Very few cloudy overcast gloomy days like we get here in Ohio. You may get the occasional day or two, but not month long stretches where you dont see the sun at all.

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Originally posted by Benjichang Benjichang wrote:

I'm not looking forward to spending the summer in an old farmhouse with no AC. I don't care what anyone says, it gets hot in Ohio.

Definitely not Florida-hot, though. I honestly can't imagine.

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Boulder, CO is going to be hot and dry. So glad it's dry, moisture makes heat/ cold so much worse. Our place has AC too, and so does the office where I'll be most of the time. Or the bar.
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Liquid sunshine...and the problm is?

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Originally posted by choopie911 choopie911 wrote:

Boulder, CO is going to be hot and dry. So glad it's dry, moisture makes heat/ cold so much worse. Our place has AC too, and so does the office where I'll be most of the time. Or the bar.


Yeah, except the bars in Colorado aren't air-conditioned anymore.  They removed the AC from them about the same time they passed the law against indoor smoking in public places.  Something about a freon-residue build-up hazard.  I don't know if it was all in the same law, but it was done by the same group of busy-bodies.

Edit:  I was going to say that it affected businesses too, but I think there was some exemption for non-public places of business.


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I can deal with the no smoking, but no AC?  THIS IS MADNESS!  Especially in a bar.
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Anyone got a link to that? I really cant imagine them telling bars that they cant air condition their places of business. i might have to call proof or shens on that one.
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Originally posted by Mack Mack wrote:



Originally posted by choopie911 choopie911 wrote:

Boulder, CO is going to be hot and dry. So glad it's dry, moisture makes heat/ cold so much worse. Our place has AC too, and so does the office where I'll be most of the time. Or the bar.


Yeah, except the bars in Colorado aren't air-conditioned anymore.  They removed the AC from them about the same time they passed the law against indoor smoking in public places.  Something about a freon-residue build-up hazard.  I don't know if it was all in the same law, but it was done by the same group of busy-bodies.

Edit:  I was going to say that it affected businesses too, but I think there was some exemption for non-public places of business.



Oh good god... I guess I'll see on Saturday.
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Originally posted by oldpbnoob oldpbnoob wrote:

It does rain often in Florida. The difference being, it will rain and 20 minutes later be beautiful again.


If by beautiful you mean the sun coming out and converting all that puddled water into an active sauna, I agree. 

It makes the evenings nice, though. 

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Originally posted by oldpbnoob oldpbnoob wrote:

Anyone got a link to that? I really cant imagine them telling bars that they cant air condition their places of business. i might have to call proof or shens on that one.


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Originally posted by choopie911 choopie911 wrote:

Originally posted by Mack Mack wrote:



Originally posted by choopie911 choopie911 wrote:

Boulder, CO is going to be hot and dry. So glad it's dry, moisture makes heat/ cold so much worse. Our place has AC too, and so does the office where I'll be most of the time. Or the bar.


Yeah, except the bars in Colorado aren't air-conditioned anymore.  They removed the AC from them about the same time they passed the law against indoor smoking in public places.  Something about a freon-residue build-up hazard.  I don't know if it was all in the same law, but it was done by the same group of busy-bodies.

Edit:  I was going to say that it affected businesses too, but I think there was some exemption for non-public places of business.



Oh good god... I guess I'll see on Saturday.


Actually, I was just pulling your chain a bit.  I made that all up; I tied in the smoking ban part (which I really have no clue on) just to make it more believable.  LOL

Have a safe trip. 

In regards to that are you flying, driving, using a teleporter or what?  And, if driving, do you have a route in mind yet?
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Originally posted by agentwhale007 agentwhale007 wrote:

Originally posted by oldpbnoob oldpbnoob wrote:

It does rain often in Florida. The difference being, it will rain and 20 minutes later be beautiful again.


If by beautiful you mean the sun coming out and converting all that puddled water into an active sauna, I agree. 

It makes the evenings nice, though. 

I always loved the smell after it rained. Reminded me of running outside and playing in the puddles when I was a kid. Rain always seemed to cool it off a little which was usually needed. Up here, it rains and then tends to get cold.
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Originally posted by Mack Mack wrote:

Originally posted by oldpbnoob oldpbnoob wrote:

Anyone got a link to that? I really cant imagine them telling bars that they cant air condition their places of business. i might have to call proof or shens on that one.


Spoilsport.
Sorry. You had me worried for a moment. I was actually contemplating going out and getting a gun "ta purtekt ma rytes!" if this was in fact true.
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Originally posted by oldpbnoob oldpbnoob wrote:

Originally posted by agentwhale007 agentwhale007 wrote:

Originally posted by oldpbnoob oldpbnoob wrote:


It does rain often in Florida. The difference being, it will rain and 20 minutes later be beautiful again.




If by beautiful you mean the sun coming out and converting all that puddled water into an active sauna, I agree. 


It makes the evenings nice, though. 

I always loved the smell after it rained. Reminded me of running outside and playing in the puddles when I was a kid. Rain always seemed to cool it off a little which was usually needed. Up here, it rains and then tends to get cold.


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Originally posted by Mack Mack wrote:


Originally posted by oldpbnoob oldpbnoob wrote:

Anyone got a link to that? I really cant imagine them telling bars that they cant air condition their places of business. i might have to call proof or shens on that one.


Spoilsport.

Originally posted by choopie911 choopie911 wrote:

Originally posted by Mack Mack wrote:



Originally posted by choopie911 choopie911 wrote:

Boulder, CO is
going to be hot and dry. So glad it's dry, moisture makes heat/ cold
so much worse. Our place has AC too, and so does the office where I'll
be most of the time. Or the bar.


Yeah, except the bars
in Colorado aren't air-conditioned anymore.  They removed the AC from
them about the same time they passed the law against indoor smoking in
public places.  Something about a freon-residue build-up hazard.  I
don't know if it was all in the same law, but it was done by the same
group of busy-bodies.

Edit:  I was going to say that it affected
businesses too, but I think there was some exemption for non-public
places of business.



Oh good god... I guess I'll see on Saturday.




Actually, I was just pulling your chain a bit.  I made that all up; I
tied in the smoking ban part (which I really have no clue on) just to
make it more believable.  LOL



Have a safe trip. 



In regards to that are you flying, driving, using a teleporter or what?  And, if driving, do you have a route in mind yet?



I fly down to Denver at 11:00 tomorrow, then will transit to Boulder I guess, then try to figure out which bar my roommate is at so I can get keys.
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I just got back from Dauphin island (Barrier island south of Mobile, AL). Apparently the week I went started with record rainfall for the area and rain everyday. The house was on stilts and rated for around 100 mph winds, but at 55mph it shook enough to make me nervous.
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