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Oh good grief. It's not even that hot for crying out loud. It's called summer. No credit due.
For once, I agree with Starquest. Its called summer in Minnesota. It gets hot. Besides, this isn't even the hottest or driest summer. Remember 1988? I sure do.
newsflash - humans survive in abnormal weather with massive technological aids and mild irritation for couple of weeks. Meanwhile in Syria - its hotter and dustier and the government is trying to kill its citizens. Carry on ... drink water.
Global warming, anyone? Let the deniers explain this string of hotter and hotter summers and milder and milder winters. One summer or winter does not a climate make, but a "whole bunch" of such summers and winters should give us pause. Time to examine our collective consciences and ask, "How can I, personally, help to slow this happening?" I've set my thermostat to 79 in summer and 67 in winter, but my "icy resolve" melts at a certain level...
CITIZENMB: "One summer or winter does not a climate make, but a "whole bunch" of summers and winters should give us pause."____comparing it to what? The summers and winters in the life span of the average human or the 4+ billion years the earth has been around. Just a small hint...if you're going to compare much of anything in the context of your lifespan, you can come to pretty much any conclusion you want.
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