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    Re: summer is definately here

    Yeah, i remember 46 to 48 at some time when i was a kid. ( but id have to look it up.
    I remember it being 52 under the verandah during black saturday fires. Im wondering if maybe it was during ash wednesday fires that im remembering?.....hmmm

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    Hmmm...maybe i was a teen..cant seem to find what i was looking for. According to wiki though these tempertures are becoming more prevalent.
    I dont have a problem with really hot days.....i have a nervous twitch with hot days + wind. And hot days with huge clouds in the sky. Apparently we all a wee bit still traumitised from black saturday.
    In saying all that though, the majority of Australians live on the coast and within driving distance of a beach.

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    Re: summer is definately here

    Jesus...are you guys evolving?
    The crowd: "Yes! We are all individuals!"
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    Re: summer is definately here

    When the temperature reaches double digits it's summer when it gets in to the twenties it's a heat wave.

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    I could live in your cold Gmc. I couldnt live in queensland because of the humidity....and not just because its full of rednecks.

    Sorry clod. What do you mean evolving?

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    Turning into a new heat resistant species, I mean (not entirely seriously). I'm thinking of the Sherpas, who apparently have more capillary per cm2 of skin than the average human as a way of functioning more efficiently at high altitude. Perhaps you'll all develop big flappy elephant ears to help keep cool?
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    It puzzles me how, in the UK, people turn to the Celcius scale when it's cold ("It's minus 2 degrees today"), but when it gets hot, it switches to Farenheit ("It's baking - into the 90s"). Surely there has to be some point where there's a happy medium, where people use both equally. Personally I always think in metric anyway - except for long distance, as miles are the accepted standard - although it gets confusing having to convert Litres into Miles per Gallon, even when you only think in Litres.

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