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    The rule is, the country on the south side of the wall has to pay for its construction, I'm sure I heard that somewhere...

    Don't get me started on daylight savings time, I heard it was invented for farmers, yet 3/4 of Saskatchewan doesn't even use it, plus don't farmers just get up when the rooster crows and work until it gets dark out anyhow? They need to just get a DVR and throw out their clocks so the rest of us can stop having to try and figure out whether we are getting or losing that extra hour of sleep twice a year!


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    Quote Originally Posted by mite5255 View Post
    The days are already longer here in Australia, and its BLOODY HOT ;-)
    Here too it's summer time
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    Quote Originally Posted by Petee716 View Post
    Just a snow fence would do. No need to appear unfriendly to the nicest folks on the continent. Lol. Although spanning the lakes would present some problems.

    I'm not even sure what "regular time" is vs daylight savings time, but moving the clock back an hour every autumn feels like a dismal pall laid over the landscape. The later months of fall and early winter are only a lead-in to the real crap. January, February, and March are the months where the screws really crank down. The older I get the less tolerable it becomes. Someday maybe I'll join Rasper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mite5255 View Post
    The days are already longer here in Australia, and its BLOODY HOT ;-)
    Quote Originally Posted by TRYPHON974 View Post
    Here too it's summer time
    Enjoy guys! Here's what I'm look at.



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    Brrrrrr..... No thank you!
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    Maybe not that hot for this period but warm enough
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    Brrrrr.....


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    YUK! If I had to choose between 29°C, 100% humidity with rain and -2°c with snow, I'm choosing the snow, at least you can dress warmly and make yourself comfortable, there's no making yourself comfortable when it hot and humid.

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    YUK! If I had to choose between 29°C, 100% humidity with rain and -2°c with snow, I'm choosing the snow, at least you can dress warmly and make yourself comfortable, there's no making yourself comfortable when it hot and humid.
    I agree 100% If there is a hell, Im sure its hot AND Humid. If I were rich I would own houses all over the world to avoid hot climates and follow winter (or maybe autumn, for mushroom season)

    In my opinion, its easier to stay warm than cool.

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    This is for all of you guys living in warm climates, a screen shot of my weather station taken at sunrise today. It's beautiful but frigid morning, we're thinking warm thoughts over here.



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