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08-02-2006, 12:56 AM
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Armageddon! Armageddon! There's no need to cry 'cuz we're all gonna die!
Yeah, but I want to be cool when the end comes. So save you're talk until winter.

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You know it's hot when you can feel the heat through your shoes coming up from the sidewalk I immediately thought of the Gilligan's Island episode when the near by island savages found the dolls of the Gilligan cast and placed a flame below the feet of the dolls which was immediately felt by Gilligan and crew

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You know it's hot when you can feel the heat through your shoes coming up from the sidewalk I immediately thought of the Gilligan's Island episode when the near by island savages found the dolls of the Gilligan cast and placed a flame below the feet of the dolls which was immediately felt by Gilligan and crew

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cone on guys, it's like everyone is acting like theyve never felt heat before. It's going to be 116 degrees in Iraq this weekend. I'd rather be in my house with AC and fans then over there in army gear, anyone else agree?

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cone on guys, it's like everyone is acting like theyve never felt heat before. It's going to be 116 degrees in Iraq this weekend. I'd rather be in my house with AC and fans then over there in army gear, anyone else agree?
Absolutely, and thanks for bringing me personally down to Earth, i've honestly been so occupied the past few weeks that i completely forgot about it and its just amazing in terms of perspective on how we approach things.

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You can tell that global warming is upon us and the world is doomed when Wikipedia has articles called 2006 North American heat wave and 2006 European heat wave.

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Antarctic Clouds of Death!

http://www.inthenews.co.uk/news/news/science/extreme-conditions-cause-rare-antarctic-clouds-$446540.htm

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wow..185 people..rediculous

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Holy crap, I've never sweat so much at a day of work this summer. I am someone who sweats more than the typical person, but I walked from 23rd and B'dway to Union Square to a bank which was closed by Con-Ed. So, then I had to walk over to another branch on 14th and 1st. By the time I got back to work half my back was soaked. Then my supervisor said I was missing one of the invoices so I had to walk back to the bank on 14th and 1st and she said to hurry up. I swear everyone had these grossed out looks when I passed by. I got back to work and went to the bathroom to check myself out, and you could see sweat coming through on my shoulders and the front of my chest. Who gets sweat on their shoulders???

Supposedly, there's a chance of a blackout from 42nd down to 14th. Some branches of banks like the one I went to are closed, restaurants closed early, businesses shut down early. Just ridiculous.

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