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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve M1911A1 View Post
    Buncha wimps!
    Up here in the Northwest, where there's snow on the ground from October through May, all the real men wear T-shirts and shorts all day long...and frequently all week long, too. And water usage is waaaay down.
    Everybody up here carries concealed, as you can tell by all the cold-metal-contact frostbite you see just behind everybody's hips, when their T-shirts slide up. Plumberís butt is a major Washington art form.
    Ahhh, yes: Northwest Washington, where the men are men...the women are too...and the sheep run scared.

    It was thirty-four degrees the other day and I was in shorts and a t-shirt. It's starting to get darn warm out. Sounds like some of you need to come to NW Montana to warm up.

    Come eighty degrees I'll be dieing of heat stroke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffWard View Post
    39" of snow in one week in upstate NY, close to where I USE to live.

    I played 18 holes in a pair of shorts and a golf shirt yesterday here in Orlando. JW
    Yeah isn't the Wii great ??

    And you can concealed carry a silenced full-automatic pistol if you choose!
    Ok you got me there though

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuckLead View Post
    I always hated the cold when I lived up North. Now that I'm down South where it hits 70 in February, I find myself missing it something awful. It was slightly chilly out down here today and still not nearly cold enough. I really, really despise heat and humidity... especially humidity.
    I hear you. I really love cold and rainy weather. I hate to see spring and summer coming. More work I don't have time for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve M1911A1 View Post
    Buncha wimps!
    Up here in the Northwest, where there's snow on the ground from October through May, all the real men wear T-shirts and shorts all day long...and frequently all week long, too. And water usage is waaaay down.
    Everybody up here carries concealed, as you can tell by all the cold-metal-contact frostbite you see just behind everybody's hips, when their T-shirts slide up. Plumberís butt is a major Washington art form.
    Ahhh, yes: Northwest Washington, where the men are men...the women are too...and the sheep run scared.
    lol. I wear pants and wash dishes and vacuum for my wife. I hardly ever get to shoot. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnoisaw View Post
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    Come eighty degrees I'll be dieing of heat stroke.
    I'm with you there. Not a fan of high heat/humidity.

    If you're cold, you can always add layers and move around a bit more, but there is only so much clothing you can take off to get comfortable before the police get involved...

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    Hmmph. You're looking at -30 and Buffalo gets the bad rap?! Glad to be 50 degrees warmer this morning.

    Keep warm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Niner View Post
    If you're cold, you can always add layers and move around a bit more, but there is only so much clothing you can take off to get comfortable before the police get involved...
    my favorite line when my friend in GA tries to tlk me into driving south for an overly extended stay.

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    I much prefer the heat. Cold is just offensive to my body. I hate when you go outside and it's so cold that it's painful to breathe and the snot freezes in your nose. And don't even get me started on snow.

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