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Just now, Bubba_Sparks said:

RIP in pieces mate.

It's even warmer here in Sweden - 31 today (88).  It's all Greta's fault

Finally abandoned the UK?

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im used to 35-40 degree summers . i'll welcome low 30's.

and then we get tossed out of the frying pan and into the freezer

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It was 18 here today and i had to wear a puffer jacket, 30 would be heaven right now, nice spring day.

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3 minutes ago, SavageTC said:

It was 18 here today and i had to wear a puffer jacket, 30 would be heaven right now, nice spring day.

holy chit m8 your hands must have been feeling it.  god damn australia. its probably like the first day of winter over there by now. whats the address of your igloo so i can send you a toque?

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43 minutes ago, Identity2 said:

Finally abandoned the UK?

Yeah, headed North-East a couple of years ago.

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51 minutes ago, Identity2 said:

Exactly 

Feel my pain

This week we're getting 34 to 40 degrees C.

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19 minutes ago, classicboxer said:

This week we're getting 34 to 40 degrees C.

All about the humidity chief

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2 hours ago, Bubba_Sparks said:

All about the humidity chief

You pasty isle folk would melt in this New England humidity, m8.

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1 minute ago, 12еr said:

You pasty isle folk would melt in this New England humidity, m8.

Try South Louisiana Humidity....the entire forum would get REKT...except maybe Vert...he's used to it.

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9 minutes ago, SVTContour98 said:

Try South Louisiana Humidity....the entire forum would get REKT...except maybe Vert...he's used to it.

And that’s like the fifth thing wrong with Louisiana, m8.

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8 minutes ago, 12еr said:

And that’s like the fifth thing wrong with Louisiana, m8.

Excessive humidity

Alligators

Stomp

What are the other 2?

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12 minutes ago, SVTContour98 said:

Try South Louisiana Humidity....the entire forum would get REKT...except maybe Vert...he's used to it.

Na we dont have much humidity where I live...you need to go to the coastal areas to get rekt

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10 minutes ago, 12еr said:

And that’s like the fifth thing wrong with Louisiana, m8.

agreed...it sucks here...i'm actively trying to get my wife to agree to move to a Mountain Region

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2 minutes ago, Bubba_Sparks said:

Excessive humidity

Alligators

Stomp

What are the other 2?

great food should at least erase one negative i think

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1 minute ago, SVTContour98 said:

agreed...it sucks here...i'm actively trying to get my wife to agree to move to a Mountain Region

Always thought if i could live in any state in America it would probably be Colorado.

Also, @12er, decided to fact check your ****; UK humidity is significantly higher than New England humidity. In fact, I'm pretty sure that was one of the main driving forces for the Pilgrim Fathers

https://www.currentresults.com/Weather/Massachusetts/humidity-by-month.php

https://www.currentresults.com/Weather/United-Kingdom/humidity-annual.php

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14 minutes ago, SVTContour98 said:

agreed...it sucks here...i'm actively trying to get my wife to agree to move to a Mountain Region

I loved Colorado. I might want to move back there some day.

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13 minutes ago, Bubba_Sparks said:

Always thought if i could live in any state in America it would probably be Colorado.

Also, @12er, decided to fact check your ****; UK humidity is significantly higher than New England humidity. In fact, I'm pretty sure that was one of the main driving forces for the Pilgrim Fathers

https://www.currentresults.com/Weather/Massachusetts/humidity-by-month.php

https://www.currentresults.com/Weather/United-Kingdom/humidity-annual.php

I live in New Hampshire and our high is 2 degrees higher than England in the summer. Also, the pages don’t even show uniform data between areas so I question it’s legitimacy as a source to begin with.

 

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22 minutes ago, Bubba_Sparks said:

Excessive humidity

Alligators

Stomp

What are the other 2?

Swamp garbage is perhaps the most offensive form of white trash. 

Also, Cajuns. 

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23 minutes ago, 12еr said:

I live in New Hampshire and our high is 2 degrees higher than England in the summer. Also, the pages don’t even show uniform data between areas so I question it’s legitimacy as a source to begin with.

 

This was a hill that Fobar was very happy to die on, but I'm extremely ambivalent, especially as we're aligned on the GOATness of Colorado.

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12 hours ago, Bubba_Sparks said:

All about the humidity chief

LOL.  It's currently 87% humidity here, pal.  At 9pm the projection is 100%.  The east TN valley sucks even at night and is also the pollen capital of the world.

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BTW what kind of a fruitcake is b!tching about 86 degrees?  Next month I have to deal with mid to upper 90's at 75-90% humidity.

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1 hour ago, PlatinumClegg said:

LOL.  It's currently 87% humidity here, pal.  At 9pm the projection is 100%.  The east TN valley sucks even at night and is also the pollen capital of the world.

I love TN...we lived in Spring Hill for a few years.

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34 minutes ago, SVTContour98 said:

I love TN...we lived in Spring Hill for a few years.

I'm southeast.  I got the mountains, Hiwassee river, Ocoee River (hosted 1996 Olympics) and the man made lake that it feeds in Parksville Lake.  I'll never leave this place but the pollen is a mother****er in spring.  No joke one of the worst in the world.

Spring Hill is over in the central area I think close to Nashville.  I'm not as fond of central or west TN.  I've never lived there but I've been all over the southeastern US.  Before the goddamn Kung Flu **** a few of my friends were actually talking about buying something small that's close to Cherokee, NC.  Myself and another friend make money in the poker room of that casino.  The other two are degenerate gamblers with better jobs.  The idea was to have a place nearby to stay that we own.

Speaking of that casino where the **** has @sobercuban been?  He lives in that state and I want to whoop him in the poker room.

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5 hours ago, PlatinumClegg said:

BTW what kind of a fruitcake is b!tching about 86 degrees?  Next month I have to deal with mid to upper 90's at 75-90% humidity.

What's the best way to deal with extreme heat and humidity?

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9 minutes ago, classicboxer said:

What's the best way to deal with extreme heat and humidity?

You are old enough to be my father, mother****er.  Shouldn't you be able to answer that?

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13 minutes ago, classicboxer said:

What's the best way to deal with extreme heat and humidity?

I **** about it until it goes away or my wife turns on the AC.

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2 hours ago, classicboxer said:

What's the best way to deal with extreme heat and humidity?

 

cold beer

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7 hours ago, PlatinumClegg said:

LOL.  It's currently 87% humidity here, pal.  At 9pm the projection is 100%.  The east TN valley sucks even at night and is also the pollen capital of the world.

its 87% here too right now getting close to midnight. not sure what that means but its still a fairly warm 18 degrees celsius out

its only gonna be 30-33 degrees celsius tomorrow.  humidex 35 whatever that means. im not gonna get cooked to death but im still gonna complain just for the hell of it

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6 hours ago, PlatinumClegg said:

I'm southeast.  I got the mountains, Hiwassee river, Ocoee River (hosted 1996 Olympics) and the man made lake that it feeds in Parksville Lake.  I'll never leave this place but the pollen is a mother****er in spring.  No joke one of the worst in the world.

 

next time me and bubba sparks thru-hike the appalachian trail, we will have to stop on by and drink some woodfords

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pepper your liver clegg. this chits about to get real.

bubbas gonna teach us how to drink.

 

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51 minutes ago, -idyb- said:

pepper your liver clegg. this chits about to get real.

bubbas gonna teach us how to drink.

 

I'm done.  I think my ACL or something in my right knee is done.  I've been very depressed.  I went at it against a 6'1" 245 pound man that just wanted to help me out as a friend.  He should be 205 but I just blew my ****ing knee out.

I can't take much more of this ****.

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5 hours ago, classicboxer said:

What's the best way to deal with extreme heat and humidity?

 

5 hours ago, PlatinumClegg said:

You are old enough to be my father, mother****er.  Shouldn't you be able to answer that?

The correct answer is "move". Leave that chit hole.

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6 hours ago, PlatinumClegg said:

I'm done.  I think my ACL or something in my right knee is done.  I've been very depressed.  I went at it against a 6'1" 245 pound man that just wanted to help me out as a friend.  He should be 205 but I just blew my ****ing knee out.

I can't take much more of this ****.

chit son. if you wanna take a shot of woodfords, i can amputate

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17 hours ago, PlatinumClegg said:

Speaking of that casino where the **** has @sobercuban been?  He lives in that state and I want to whoop him in the poker room.

@-idyb- our fora horoscope guru said "he died in a car fire", I'm running with hanging out with Brian at the beach.

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15 hours ago, PlatinumClegg said:

I'm done.  I think my ACL or something in my right knee is done.  I've been very depressed.  I went at it against a 6'1" 245 pound man that just wanted to help me out as a friend.  He should be 205 but I just blew my ****ing knee out.

I can't take much more of this ****.

I may or may not have overreacting.  A friend blew his meniscus a long time ago I just got off the phone with him it happens to be his birthday.  Could be a partial tear or even a sprain of some sorts.  I'm going to get the x-ray tomorrow because I don't feel like doing **** today.  I freaked out over the swelling and having almost no stability on it.  Hopefully it can heal while I'm on this medical leave.  I know a lot more about the placements of the ligaments in your knee and I don't know how Thiago Santos blew every goddamn ligament in his knee and still whooped Jon's ****.  I don't know how you could stand much less kick.

I've seen guys fight 3 and even 5 rounds on blown out knees so I'm not going to know **** until tomorrow.  Goddamn I hate going to the ****ing doctor but I need her signature anyway.  2020 has absolutely sucked and the **** is only half over.  

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Can the US please use the universally accepted systems. I am tired of needing two sets of tools.

 

And temperature, that too.

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2 hours ago, thestorm-1 said:

Can the US please use the universally accepted systems. I am tired of needing two sets of tools.

 

And temperature, that too.

Why+america+dont+use+the+metric+system_8 🤣🤣🤣

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On 6/24/2020 at 2:01 AM, Identity2 said:

Could be as hot as 30 degrees here today

Survived covid but this might be too much

Bye fellas

That sucks. 110° out here in Phoenix. You stay cool out there

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21 hours ago, PlatinumClegg said:

I'm done.  I think my ACL or something in my right knee is done.  I've been very depressed.  I went at it against a 6'1" 245 pound man that just wanted to help me out as a friend.  He should be 205 but I just blew my ****ing knee out.

I can't take much more of this ****.

Blew my acl out back in 2007 playing football. It sucks.

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39 minutes ago, BART-O-LINI said:

Blew my acl out back in 2007 playing football. It sucks.

I don't think mine is blown.  Maybe I'm trying to convince myself that but I feel like it might just be a partial at worst.  Can even just straining it cause some swelling and stability issues?

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I read a lot of stories on this website where a doctor replies with advice.  Most say they hear a pop.  I didn't even notice the pain until after he had been gone from my house for more than an hour.  Then I realized there was some mild swelling and it was hurting and buckling.

I think I've seen too many in fights and thought **** I blew my knee out.  It's definitely injured but I would be surprised if anything was completely torn.  I'm going to get an x-ray anyway.  I got top of the line insurance that I almost never use.

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