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    Quote Originally Posted by BenjaminO View Post
    The thing I liked about Phoenix was the heat was dry heat, no humidity.
    Here in Maryland it's been pretty nice but the humidity is back for the summer.
    Last year Maryland had measurable rain every 3 days.
    The old record from the 1800's of 40 some inches per year went up to 70+ inches.
    The topsoil was 80% saturated. It was awful.
    This year has been much better.
    Apparently the rain is falling elsewhere.
    We are getting some strong short lived storms here in NOVA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lummy View Post
    Quit whatever it is your currently doing and get a job at a TV station as a Human Thermometer. If you're any good, the station would instantly increase viewers by 50%, and you could become syndicated and filthy, stinking rich.

    The hottest temperature I have ever experienced was 115 degrees in Phoenix. For about 15 seconds.
    We got over 120 in Iraq. Maybe 130.
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