1. worldspy99's Avatar
    Man that penguin knows what it wants !
    He is more assertive than you are!
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    12-02-2015 10:32 AM
  2. sahib lopez's Avatar
    Thing is, we're in double digits and we should be near zero. Our lows are still double digits. That's not a good thing.

    We're getting really strong winds and rain. Apparently up north they have snow.
    Wow that's pretty hot then . Maybe you'll have a warm winter :)
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    12-02-2015 10:38 AM
  3. sahib lopez's Avatar
    He is more assertive than you are!
    I'm assertive ;) tapatalk Doesn't do a good job showing it :p
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    12-02-2015 10:39 AM
  4. worldspy99's Avatar
    I'm assertive ;) tapatalk Doesn't do a good job showing it :p

    I wanna see it in action at the party in two weeks😎
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    12-02-2015 10:40 AM
  5. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    Rue, looks like I joined the not feeling well crowd with you. I wish I had called out from paying rent today, seriously...

    Posted via Xperia Z3
    I'm still rough but at least there's no fever now. Just congestion. ******* annoying...
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    12-02-2015 10:40 AM
  6. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    Wow that's pretty hot then . Maybe you'll have a warm winter :)
    It's weird. The temps are warm but the wind is bloody icy so it feels a lot colder than it is.
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    12-02-2015 10:41 AM
  7. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    Haha that's funny
    Now explain the joke... :P
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    12-02-2015 10:42 AM
  8. sahib lopez's Avatar
    Now explain the joke... :P
    Oh uhhhhh why would you put me on the spotlight like that . I know what it means
    12-02-2015 10:44 AM
  9. sahib lopez's Avatar
    It's weird. The temps are warm but the wind is bloody icy so it feels a lot colder than it is.
    Also doesn't help that you aren't feeling well . At least it's not technically winter yet . Or when doesn't winter start over there ?
    12-02-2015 10:51 AM
  10. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    Also doesn't help that you aren't feeling well . At least it's not technically winter yet . Or when doesn't winter start over there ?
    Most people consider the winter equinox as the start of winter but that's just a not true. Winter starts when it starts. Soon as it drops to zero and stays there constantly at least over night you're technically in winter. So winter can be early or later than the equinox.

    I remember a couple of years in Toronto where we hit 13C or warmer through December. Usually by that time Toronto would be a frozen ice cube... instead we had sunshine, warm weather, confused wild life and plants. The trees actually started to bud again and birds were laying eggs. It was a bit of a concern.

    Thankfully January proved that we were still the 'white north' with a monster of a blizzard with snow piled higher than cars.
    12-02-2015 10:58 AM
  11. sahib lopez's Avatar
    I wanna see it in action at the party in two weeks
    We'll see about that. I'm just there to have s good time before finals.
    12-02-2015 11:01 AM
  12. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    Oh uhhhhh why would you put me on the spotlight like that . I know what it means
    Just checking...
    12-02-2015 11:03 AM
  13. sahib lopez's Avatar
    Most people consider the winter equinox as the start of winter but that's just a not true. Winter starts when it starts. Soon as it drops to zero and stays there constantly at least over night you're technically in winter. So winter can be early or later than the equinox.

    I remember a couple of years in Toronto where we hit 13C or warmer through December. Usually by that time Toronto would be a frozen ice cube... instead we had sunshine, warm weather, confused wild life and plants. The trees actually started to bud again and birds were laying eggs. It was a bit of a concern.

    Thankfully January proved that we were still the 'white north' with a monster of a blizzard with snow piled higher than cars.
    I assumed winter starts at the winter Equinox . That's interesting to know that it starts to starts . We had that last winter and it confused all the plants .
    12-02-2015 11:04 AM
  14. Rose640's Avatar
    It's weird. The temps are warm but the wind is bloody icy so it feels a lot colder than it is.
    We had those 'issues' here in Bosnia few years ago. And it wasn't just a bit warmer, it was warm as hell. Two years ago we didn't even have snow for the New Year.

    Now, well, it maybe even came earlier than it should, we had frist snow almost a month ago. So far so good, i'm sick of summer time.
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    12-02-2015 11:06 AM
  15. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    I'm assertive ;) tapatalk Doesn't do a good job showing it :p
    Your misadventures don't do a good job of showing it either...

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    12-02-2015 11:08 AM
  16. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    I'm still rough but at least there's no fever now. Just congestion. ******* annoying...
    At least that's an improvement.

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    12-02-2015 11:08 AM
  17. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    At least that's an improvement.

    Posted via Xperia Z3
    Hard to think straight... which is not good considering my occupation...
    12-02-2015 11:11 AM
  18. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    We had those 'issues' here in Bosnia few years ago. And it wasn't just a bit warmer, it was warm as hell. Two years ago we didn't even have snow for the New Year.

    Now, well, it maybe even came earlier than it should, we had frist snow almost a month ago. So far so good, i'm sick of summer time.
    We don't get much snow here in the UK, especially in the South East where I live. I already told the story about Toronto, where I grew up.

    As for winter in Brisbane Australia, 18C was the 'coldest' we got to during the day and that was only two to three days in 'peak' winter when I was there but it dropped to 4C at night which is bloody cold. Typically the daytime temperature was +22-25C. Yeah it's a big swing in temperature.
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    12-02-2015 11:14 AM
  19. worldspy99's Avatar
    We don't get much snow here in the UK, especially in the South East where I live. I already told the story about Toronto, where I grew up.

    As for winter in Brisbane Australia, 18C was the 'coldest' we got to during the day and that was only two to three days in 'peak' winter when I was there but it dropped to 4C at night which is bloody cold. Typically the daytime temperature was +22-25C. Yeah it's a big swing in temperature.
    It is the same situation in Arizona, Nevada and Southern California deserts. Daytime it is nice around 18 to 25 C and then it drops down close to freezing at night. Monday night the temperature dropped down to 4C and there was a freeze warning at a place about 30 miles away.
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    12-02-2015 11:29 AM
  20. Rose640's Avatar
    We don't get much snow here in the UK, especially in the South East where I live. I already told the story about Toronto, where I grew up.

    As for winter in Brisbane Australia, 18C was the 'coldest' we got to during the day and that was only two to three days in 'peak' winter when I was there but it dropped to 4C at night which is bloody cold. Typically the daytime temperature was +22-25C. Yeah it's a big swing in temperature.
    At least you have a rain all the time :d
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    12-02-2015 11:33 AM
  21. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    At least you have a rain all the time :d
    You're more than welcome to have the rain all the time. :P

    We have a lot of cloudy days but not necessarily a lot of rain as people tend to think. The rainy areas are in Scotland where it seems it rains continuously... at least that's what the weather people tell me. I haven't seen much of the sun for some time. We get the occasional sunny break but it's been mostly cloudy for about two months now with high winds the last few weeks.
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    12-02-2015 11:41 AM
  22. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    It is the same situation in Arizona, Nevada and Southern California deserts. Daytime it is nice around 18 to 25 C and then it drops down close to freezing at night. Monday night the temperature dropped down to 4C and there was a freeze warning at a place about 30 miles away.
    Cold weather is relative to where you live. I learnt that by experience. I was amused when I heard about the so called winter in Brisbane and the weather people going on about how cold it was. It wasn't until the second winter there that I really felt it. The cold winds off the Antarctic are something.
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    12-02-2015 11:44 AM
  23. Rose640's Avatar
    You're more than welcome to have the rain all the time. :P

    We have a lot of cloudy days but not necessarily a lot of rain as people tend to think. The rainy areas are in Scotland where it seems it rains continuously... at least that's what the weather people tell me. I haven't seen much of the sun for some time. We get the occasional sunny break but it's been mostly cloudy for about two months now with high winds the last few weeks.
    I really couldn't imagine myself living in the UK or in that close-to-Atlantic area. The weather just seems too dead to me. Honestly i don't know if i could live in the area which is bathing in sun either, or the opposite one. I like my Southeastern Europe weather where i get all there is, very warm summers (it hit 40C+ this summer) and pretty much cold winters (last year's peak was -21C on the New Years Eve).
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    12-02-2015 11:47 AM
  24. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    I really couldn't imagine myself living in the UK or in that close-to-Atlantic area. The weather just seems too dead to me. Honestly i don't know if i could live in the area which is bathing in sun either, or the opposite one. I like my Southeastern Europe weather where i get all there is, very warm summers (it hit 40C+ this summer) and pretty much cold winters (last year's peak was -21C on the New Years Eve).
    UK is weather is temperamental but it's an experience.

    I don't mind living anywhere. I have to admit I wouldn't find overly cold temperatures that great. -35C for a couple of days I can handle. Not months of it.

    Australia was fun though. It's was interesting to live in opposite seasons. Gives perspective. Also you can find most climates in Australia as well. From skilling to sunbathing.
    12-02-2015 11:57 AM
  25. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    Hard to think straight... which is not good considering my occupation...
    We can switch jobs for a day...no thinking really required for me these days...

    Posted via Xperia Z3
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    12-02-2015 12:03 PM
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