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Originally Posted by whiteslashasian View Post

The sun is out, snow has melted; I hereby proclaim that Spring has sprung!

The 10 day forecast looks pretty good. I'll be looking to get golf swing reps in at some point.

I think we have 6-8" upstate and it is still snowing. ffffuuuu.gif
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I spent 2 hours on my roof looking at a hawk. The Harlem Hawk. Then these two chicks came up on the adjacent roof and were basically dangling their feet over the side with a guitar and what looked like an ipad or maybe sheet music. I have video.
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I paid a nearly $600 AC bill last August because ConEd had guesstimated my bill due to the strike. When I got my July bill and it was only ~$150 for gas & electric I decided to leave my AC on 24/7 during hot days in August. Then, boom! The bill came.

I think ConEd guesstimates everything, our bills never make sense from one month to the next.
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post

can someone who understands the broker system explain how it came to be? And why it exists as a gatekeeper in NY but seemingly nowhere else?

would LOVE to know the answer to this. anyone have any ideas?
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^^it's the same reason why companies hire temps in lieu of just hiring the employees outright.
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It's now that transitional weather period where you try to manage 15-20 degrees temperature fluctuations throughout the day on the street, but inevitably spend half the day either sweating or in a chill depending on your exposure to sunlight, wind, and crowded interior spaces.
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That sounds like San Francisco 300 days of the year.
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

That sounds like San Francisco 300 days of the year.

this can't be true. I've heard that NorCal has the most nondescript weather evar, and this is apparently superior to seasons.
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

That sounds like San Francisco 300 days of the year.

this can't be true. I've heard that NorCal has the most nondescript weather evar, and this is apparently superior to seasons.

The swing between 49 and 65 degrees requires either well considered layers or a change of clothes when the sun goes down.
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The swing between 49 and 65 degrees requires either well considered layers or a change of clothes when the sun goes down.

Try Minnesota in the Spring... 25 in the morning and 60 late afternoon...
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You got me there...
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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

this can't be true. I've heard that NorCal has the most nondescript weather evar, and this is apparently superior to seasons.
Somebody has their map upside down.
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Thread Starter 
one thing to like about NYC is the way all the career wenches immediately break out the skimpy clothing at the first sign of warmth and sit on plaza steps during their lunch breaks, flashing randome passers-by.
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