Monday, July 11, 2016

Go to Hell? I'm already there.

Yesterday 104. Today 106 and rising. I hate summer.


Fuck you, Jesse from DC.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Bitch, bitch, bitch. Yout heat index is lower than the temperature, so it is a dry heat.
Easy for me to say from the pool.
Terry
Humid Fla. .

And WV was pick the palm trees. Heh heh

gebiv said...

Is that what Davy Crockett meant when he said "You can all go to Hell and I'm going to Texas."?

Pops said...

Where I live, it's midnight and 90ยบ - live with it.

Anonymous said...

Well me hit a daytime high of 16C.... or 61F for those south of the border.

Exile1981

Gregg said...

Yeah, we've had a pretty cool summer here in AZ also. Very few days over 110 though we are expecting some heat toward the end of the week.

pigpen51 said...

Dry heat? My oven is a dry heat. Hot is Hot.

Jeffery in Alabama said...

I've been in the Mojave when it was 105 degrees F. Alabama is hotter at 80 degrees F n the shade. I know all about the humiditydry heat factors, but I still choose to live here in God's country. LOL

Steve Howe said...

I was in Phoenix the day Bill Clinton was "playing golf" before meeting up with Loretta, I came out of the funeral home and the thermometer on my trucks rear veiw mirror registered 122. Cry me a river.

JeremyR said...

http://kansasredneck.blogspot.com/2016/07/sweet-dreams-angel.html

Even captcha is hinting you had something to do with the rail crash, it has me selecting images with trains.

Shannon Carter said...

I'm with Jeffrey on this. We spent 2 weeks at ft Erwin in the summer. Got off the plane there and it was 115. Hotter than hell....but you could breathe. When its hot in bama..you can't breathe. Its a totally different thing. I'm not saying one is worse than the other.....but unless you've been in deep south in summer....wow. An awakening to smothering heat will arrive

Shannon Carter said...

I'm with Jeffrey on this. We spent 2 weeks at ft Erwin in the summer. Got off the plane there and it was 115. Hotter than hell....but you could breathe. When its hot in bama..you can't breathe. Its a totally different thing. I'm not saying one is worse than the other.....but unless you've been in deep south in summer....wow. An awakening to smothering heat will arrive

James N Q8 said...

Only 121 in Kuwait today.
It's easier to put it in Celsius for me!
50 c. sounds a lot better to a Texas boy than 122 F.
On June the 18th. it was 131 degrees F.
Imagine living in a freaking tent, in the dessert, with no A/C or even a fan!!! These Bedouin people do it every year.

Anonymous said...

Dry heat my ass, I'm 60 miles upriver of the mouth of the Rio Grande, its perspiration incontinence down here. First cool front to pass thru - endish of October, if history holds. I got months of this shit to look forward to.

You effers in the Middle East have us beat though, I'd go nukkin futs living in that shit. Thank you for your service for our country.

Seneca III said...

Yesterday 46, tomorrow and the next day much of the same this side of the pond. Day before yesterday an overnight ground frost. Fuck summer and fuck global warming, I'll be on a plane for the Panhandle at the first opportunity (and if I would be welcome).

Anonymous said...

I see you aren't getting a lot of sympathy in the comments. LOLOLOLOL
Terry
Fla.