awittykitty - 2007-06-14 11:57:35
Of course its cool, its heaven, silly!
stepfordtart - 2007-06-14 15:23:36
Nobody has air con here. If its gets hot(which it does, cos we're on the south coast) we just all fry until it gets cooler. We're very stoical about the weather, us Brits. Having said that, we're trying to source solar powered air con for our new studio. Nobody's even heard of it here! Ah well. s x
Daethian - 2007-06-14 16:30:10
OMG there is nothing worse that the AC going out. I live in Southern Illinois and the humidity is unbearable. When the AC is out I will happily offer to sell my soul to the devil to have it fixed immediately. I don't care about who else is without air, I just want MINE fixed.
Sandy - 2007-06-14 16:33:24
I love that you called Susie 1st! :)
Lisa - 2007-06-14 17:04:32
You need to move to Oregon. This morning it was so cool I needed a sweater and it's only supposed to get up to 68 today. Woo-hoo!
Meany - 2007-06-14 17:07:49
Man, I know how you feel -- the AC in my tent didn't work for the first, oh, month or two of this deployment, and I had to sleep in there during the day. It got up to something like 102 in the tent. Which is the same as it was outside. Blech. I had to keep a designated Sweat Towel in my bed with me.
Cosmic - 2007-06-14 17:41:49
I have to admit, living up in New England, I would never get used to your weather. I don't know how you do it. It is unseasonable cool here the past few days. It has been a breezy 65 and I'm loving it!
RDC - 2007-06-14 22:41:34
Stepfordtart, no-one here in Perth (W. Aus) has decent heating. It's like every Winter this collective voice rises up with surprise - "Oh! It gets cold here!"
pantload - 2007-06-15 10:24:42
Why don't you put a pool in that backyard of yours?
Rora - 2007-06-17 12:00:36
Happy Father's Day. Have a good day, you deserve it.
Spamminator - 2007-06-20 08:20:33
I went a whole summer in Texas without A/C. You get used to it after a while, and the $30/month electric bill is nice!

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