Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Manton, Aug 26, 2012.
Hence my request.
Go to the SanFo thread.
Do the opposite of everything I did.
1:24 am and it's 80 degrees.
yeah, but this is the capital of the world!!!!!
Leave. It cost me thousands, a massive hit to my career, a lot of hand wringing in my relationship, but I cut my losses and left fled.
the grass is always greener
But not the xeriscape.
I thought you are still in NY? Or is this a SanFo reference
This is the part where it will be 99% humidity 24/7 until late October but every day gomestar will say "it's a nice day out."
My first apartment was this little shitty two bedroom with a friend of mine. Our AC bills (only had small units in the bedrooms) was over $300 in the summer, in the winter it was always freezing and our gas bills were like $400ish. The place was really poorly insulated though. With the windows shut you could still see the curtains blow and such when the wind blew. Horrible. I have hydronic heat now, which works really well and much cheaper. It wouldn't be good for a whole house though.
For some reason I am always surprised by how humid it stays through September.
I hate the continued 40% chance of storms in the PM all summer as well. Have no idea how to dress, or prepare. Sometimes there will be a stretch of days with 40% chance of storms and nothing for days. Then day I don't bring the umbrella that's when I get hit.
Hopefully we won't get another 1 in 400 super storms this year.
yesterday was very nice out. Hell, I walked 15 blocks there and back to get lunch, and I arrived back at the office dry and fine. It got hot later on in the afternoon, but it's August, and August should never be jacket necessary weather.
Every day should be a jacket necessary weather.
i don't mean suit jacket, but the type of jacket that you have to slug around should it get cold when the sun goes down. Basically, October weather.
SanFo. But for a few shining moments my year of fibonacci madness. It's a miracle I'm alive.
^ Oct is the greatest weather of all.
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