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by | July 23, 2014 · 5:02 pm

13 responses to “Presented without comment

  1. Where’s that…Hell?

  2. Jaedo_Drax

    The thermocouple failed safe, and reads high when it does?

    • There’s another station reading 0.

      It really does get this hot here.

    • NaCly Dog

      Sucks to be you?

    • I have as much sympathy for you as Salty does. It’s self inflicted. You could have retired somewhere that humans like to live instead of baking like a dried up lizard.

      82 and sunny here. Just right for a nice bike ride home. Motorbike that is. On the Blue Ridge Parkway up above 4000 feet too. Kool! Vera Kool!

  3. But it’s a dry heat. Big difference between a 120 degree dry heat and a 98 degree Southern high humidity scorcher.

  4. But it only feels like 106. Quit yer bitchin’.

  5. SFC Dunlap 173d RVN

    Heat is just natures way of keeping you from being too raw on the inside. Dead calm winds aarrrgggghhh!!

    • ultimaratioregis

      At that temp, when the wind blows, it makes things worse. Like standing in front of a giant hair dryer.

      The “dry heat” thing works until it is about 108. After that, it is just hot.

  6. Dry heat. A barbecue grill is also Dry Heat. Bad enough in Central Texas – 99 and about 500% humidity today.

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