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r.m.anderson wrote:
Mon Jun 07, 2021 2:18 pm
Will all the recent volcanic activity it is like nature is turning inside out.
Time to make an offering to Pele - sacrifice all the disbelieving politicians.
Lets just sacrifice all politicians, That way we won't miss any.... :twisted:
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Without forgetting all people speaking about politics, just in case they would want to replace previous politicians :lol:

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Over here the temperatures are in the 20-23 centipede range but with 60-70% humidor that temperature is very sticky and uncomfortable. Dry heat is more bearable, especially if there's a swimming pool within 10 feet.
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Sinned wrote:
Mon Jun 07, 2021 8:19 pm
Over here the temperatures are in the 20-23 centipede range but with 60-70% humidor that temperature is very sticky and uncomfortable. Dry heat is more bearable, especially if there's a swimming pool within 10 feet.
At those humidity levels I want the pool to be all around me!! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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by pelmut » Mon Jun 07, 2021 5:24 am

The Celcius scale for weather is very easy to remember:

30C = Blazing
20C = Beautiful
10C = Bearable
0C = B.....
Hola, this is a quick memory aid for those bound to the Fahrenheit scale; but please provide the translation for 'centipede' scale! :?
Sinned wrote: ↑Mon Jun 07, 2021 2:19 pm
Over here the temperatures are in the 20-23 centipede range but with 60-70% humidor that temperature is very sticky and uncomfortable. Dry heat is more bearable, especially if there's a swimming pool within 10 feet.
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pelmut wrote:
Mon Jun 07, 2021 11:24 am
The Celcius scale for weather is very easy to remember:

30C = Blazing
20C = Beautiful
10C = Bearable
 0C = B.....
A slightly different scale where I live

50C = Blazing
40C = Bearable
30C = Beautiful
20C = Bearable
10C = Bloody Cold
0C = Beyond my comfort zone
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denimini wrote:
Tue Jun 08, 2021 4:43 am
A slightly different scale where I live

50C = Blazing
40C = Bearable
30C = Beautiful
20C = Bearable
10C = Bloody Cold
0C = Beyond my comfort zone
Denimini, I was going to say something similar...Yes I would describe 47°C to be blazing...

30°C - Loving it.
20°C - Jacket on.
10°C - I'll try to stay inside.
0°C - I won't think about that.....
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Faldaguy wrote:
Tue Jun 08, 2021 4:11 am
by pelmut » Mon Jun 07, 2021 5:24 am
30C = Blazing
20C = Beautiful
10C = Bearable
0C = B.....
Hola, this is a quick memory aid for those bound to the Fahrenheit scale; but please provide the translation for 'centipede' scale! :?
Sinned wrote: ↑Mon Jun 07, 2021 2:19 pm
Over here the temperatures are in the 20-23 centipede range but with 60-70% humidor that temperature is very sticky and uncomfortable. Dry heat is more bearable, especially if there's a swimming pool within 10 feet.
I thought I understood centipedes until Sinned referred to 10 feet instead of 100.
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