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post #6331 of 11479
Ok, I give up. Between the humidity and this rain there is no way I can maintain my trousers from becoming a rumpled mess. I really hate bringing things to the cleaners because of the fucking rain.
post #6332 of 11479
Getting in in the morning is already unbearable. I'd rather deal with 6 degree weather than this shit
post #6333 of 11479
Totally. Cold doesn't bug me that much. Plus I can wear nice heavy suits.
post #6334 of 11479
you guys do realize that it's just over 60 degrees out, right?
post #6335 of 11479
This morning wasn't too bad, but then again I just wore chinos and an OCBD with rolled up sleeves; uber casual business dress. I have a softball game tonight (unless these thunderstorms on the horizon cancel it) and didn't want to wear anything too nice that will just get thrown in my bag.
post #6336 of 11479

No idea what you guys are talking about. It's a great temp out there. Very SanFo.

 

lefty

post #6337 of 11479
Yeah but it's like 90% humidity
post #6338 of 11479
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I generally am bitter towards people who get on a first ave in the morning. Just fucking walk to Union Square.

I was already walking from Ave C and needed to get to 6th ave. I've walked to Union Square in the past when the L was a total mess, but in the summer I'm already in a pool of sweat already from the walk to 1st ave. If I walked to Union Square I'd need a second shirt to put on when I got to the office.
post #6339 of 11479
SanFoWeatherBulletin™: 58 degrees, 80% humidity
post #6340 of 11479
Thread Starter 
Feels like 10,000% humidity here. Been like this all week.
post #6341 of 11479
Oh, hi guys.

About 65 degrees, 55% humidity when I took the first two pictures around 7:00 this morning. About 72 degrees now close to noon, and the morning haze has burned off (plus I work about five miles inland from home, so less marine layer effect).





post #6342 of 11479
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Originally Posted by Churchill W View Post

I was already walking from Ave C and needed to get to 6th ave. I've walked to Union Square in the past when the L was a total mess, but in the summer I'm already in a pool of sweat already from the walk to 1st ave. If I walked to Union Square I'd need a second shirt to put on when I got to the office.
Fuck you, how about that?
post #6343 of 11479
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Fuck you, how about that?
That works and seems in character for you.smile.gif
post #6344 of 11479
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad View Post

Oh, hi guys.

About 65 degrees, 55% humidity when I took the first two pictures around 7:00 this morning. About 72 degrees now close to noon, and the morning haze has burned off (plus I work about five miles inland from home, so less marine layer effect).
Meh. Santa Cruz is way better.
post #6345 of 11479
I don't entirely disagree.
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