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a typical Texas summer: in three acts [Jun. 27th, 2012|01:06 pm]
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Act I: Yesterday I was at a Microsoft event in Dallas. From 1-6 PM I was in the same freezing room. The thermostat must have been set at 65 or something...it was unbearably cold.

Act II: Walking outside into the 100+ degree heat felt glorious for the two minutes it took to get to my car, which had been sitting outside all day.

Act III: Enter car; face melts off.

From: spamchang
2012-06-27 09:12 pm (UTC)
Encore: Touch metal part of seatbelt, earn 3rd degree burn.
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[User Picture]From: andrewhime
2012-06-29 05:14 pm (UTC)
Yeah, it's funny how the heat can feel good in limited doses, mainly the doses that come from people overreacting.
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