I was wracking my brain trying to recall having started that thread...but I didn't LOL!
Good thinking, Zippy 99 .
Hot enough out there for you?
Not hot enough until I crossed West St at Warren St about 3:30PM. Southbound traffic was backed up because of a lane shift near the WTC; cars naturally blocked the street and crosswalk. The already oppressive air augmented by car engines and A/C's throwing off their own excess heat, all that was needed was the spark of a car horn to set me off.
Crossing with me was a woman with (I assume) her children, one about seven years old in a baseball T-shirt, carrying a glove. Headed for a game at the BPC ballfields, he began running up the street; I smiled at the boundless energy of a seven year old.
Then the woman yelled out, "Don't waste energy, William."
Thankfully, the boy ignored her.
It was tough.
The hardest is walking somewhere and feeling warm, but then stopping and feeling the heat your body generated from the walk no longer being wicked off by the motion/sweat you had.
WORST is having that "stop" be a subway platform or other unnaturally hot area.
Also, the difference in some spots between AC and heat was like a wall!
Neat little trick I have learned is to hold a freezer pack inside of a baggie. The baggie keeps condensation from making your hand wet and holding the pack cools off your blood. I was able to walk 20 blocks yesterday at 5 PM with little discomfort.
I am not sure about 100% on that stache... the condensation will form on any surface that is cold...... Unless you are doing something else.....
The condensation stays inside of the bag. You just have to drain it every once in a while. Maybe something is coming outside the bag but it must be evaporating right away.
Looks like the coach at Penn State is going to the State Pen.
The inmate chorus: "We are.....State Pen."
Give him a taste of his own medicine.
Jury just announced they've reached a verdict ...
Sandusky on his way to the court house now to learn his fate ...
Sandusky Guilty on 45 of 48 counts.
400 + years maximum sentence.
"For the term of his natural life" would suffice. A lot less complicated.