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2 hours ago, jesse g said:

Which one is it Bitflipper, is it an office, a garage, or a studio?

Today it's a walk-in freezer.

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2 hours ago, RSMcGuitar said:

Was -42C yesterday I'm Edmonton. That's where celcius and Fahrenheit kinda meet (-43F)

That's  cold!! Real cold!!

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3 hours ago, RSMcGuitar said:

Was -42C yesterday I'm Edmonton. That's where celcius and Fahrenheit kinda meet (-43F)

Noooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!   Can it actually get that cold??????

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12 minutes ago, jude77 said:

Noooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!   Can it actually get that cold??????

But think of how efficiently you can run your CPU!

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5 hours ago, Marc Cormier said:

My family is from Boucherville...we loved winter in Montreal!!!!!!

We lived in Laval, specifically Ste. Rose. I still remember skating on the Rivière-des-Mille-Îles.

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Might as well add: I was born in Montréal and I moved to Laval. I love winter as much as the other seasons. What I like most is the change of seasons here. This morning we had large slow falling snowflakes, just beautiful. So nice for a walk.

 

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Here in Warwickshire UK, coming up to midday Wednesday, we're on a very unseasonal 385 Kelvin (OK ... 12C), which is about 8 degrees above normanl, and rising. It's nice not to be uncomfortably freezing, but also alarming in the context of global warming. 

jdf

 

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Global warming

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43 minutes ago, jerrydf said:

Here in Warwickshire UK, coming up to midday Wednesday, we're on a very unseasonal 385 Kelvin (OK ... 12C), which is about 8 degrees above normanl, and rising. It's nice not to be uncomfortably freezing, but also alarming in the context of global warming. 

jdf

 

Yep, more or less the same here in Argyll & Bute.  It's been averaging 10-12C  during the day and no colder than 3C during the night (which isn't that much different than it was in August, give or take 5C).  No sign of snow apart from on the mountains.

Considering I'm around 250 miles North of Edmonton, it amazes me how different the climate is across the pond.

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2 hours ago, msmcleod said:

Considering I'm around 250 miles North of Edmonton, it amazes me how different the climate is across the pond.

Thank the Gulf Stream ocean current for that!

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 I moved from the Chicago area to the Phoenix desert.  Either my Midwest blood is starting to fully drain or becoming more elderly, the 50's are getting touch to deal with.  When your indoors have ceramic tile you set the thermostat to the low 70's. 

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54 minutes ago, abacab said:

Thank the Gulf Stream ocean current for that!

I can also (thank?) it for the endless rain...

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18 hours ago, Grem said:

That's  cold!! Real cold!!

Who are you trying to kid? You Cajuns think 45F is cold. We call that August.

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18 hours ago, bitflipper said:

Today it's a walk-in freezer.

So, no completed tacks today, huh? 🙂 

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12 minutes ago, BassDaddy said:

BTW, 0 degrees F right now. Time to get the fur lined Speedo's out.

Got to hide Edith. 

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13 minutes ago, Bapu said:

So, no completed tacks today, huh? 🙂 

No.

I tried, but I have no feeling in my fingers. Perhaps this is what arpeggiators were invented for.

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I am outside cleaning fans and oven racks. Sweating my ***** off. 

81° in southern Louisiana!!

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