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    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay;3983559;
    I learned that Kroger has its a/c set from its headquarters in Cincinnati....not locally. What kind of crap is that???
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    This is great! She had to get cruise control when she got caught driving 92 mph! The car has 562,000 miles.
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    I love that clip, Unk
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Bit;3983526;
    I can tolerate heat pretty well. It's cold that I can't deal with. Yesterday it was HOT here. In the 90's with horribly high humidity. What bothers me though, is the stores that have their air conditioning set so low that you almost freeze before you get out of the store. It's too hot outside to wear warmer clothing, but too cold in the stores to wear summer clothes.
    What stores are those? Ours sure don't do that. It feels almost as warm in the stores as it is outside.

    I do NOT tolerate heat well. It aggravates some of my health problems. I also get cold very easily, but right now would rather it be cold, because I have clothes for that. I can't shed many more clothes to cool off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unklescott;3985635;
    This is great! She had to get cruise control when she got caught driving 92 mph! The car has 562,000 miles.
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    Imagine the surprise had you clicked on the link and seen your Aunt Rachael.

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    Quote Originally Posted by myrosiedog;3985812;
    What stores are those? Ours sure don't do that. It feels almost as warm in the stores as it is outside.

    I do NOT tolerate heat well. It aggravates some of my health problems. I also get cold very easily, but right now would rather it be cold, because I have clothes for that. I can't shed many more clothes to cool off.
    Some of the stores near my parents do that as well. If I dare to enter in shorts or tank top, I shiver. Not a clue why. I get freezing in the frozen foods section, or dairy, but for the love of things holy, the other 80% of the store would not suffer from an upwards nudge in temperature. They call them non-perishables for a reason.

    Movie theaters typically do it as well. Truth told, I haven't found them as bad lately, but maybe that's because I wear jeans and bring a sweatshirt whether it's 90 out or 30. And almost any office building in NYC requires that you arm yourself with a blanket and sweater all summer.

    I eagerly await the day when the human race masters basic indoor climate control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by myrosiedog;3985812;
    What stores are those? Ours sure don't do that. It feels almost as warm in the stores as it is outside.
    I know what you mean. I was in Costco today and it only felt good in the dairy room. My daughter had to practically push me out of there.
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    Was so glad to hear Emily Post's granddaughter talking about the lost etiquette of children (younger people, period) calling adults by their first names, unless the older person has given them permission, of course. This is an, incredibly, lost (and not taught) manner, and one of my pet peeves. Even at my age, I will not call anyone I even suspect to be my elder....no matter what their station in life....by their first name, until invited. Sometimes, I've found, that may be the only dignity that they have left.

    Had to get that off my chest, and thank you for your kind attention.
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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay;3993291;
    Was so glad to hear Emily Post's granddaughter talking about the lost etiquette of children (younger people, period) calling adults by their first names, unless the older person has given them permission, of course. This is an, incredibly, lost (and not taught) manner, and one of my pet peeves. Even at my age, I will not call anyone I even suspect to be my elder....no matter what their station in life....by their first name, until invited. Sometimes, I've found, that may be the only dignity that they have left.
    Had to get that off my chest, and thank you for your kind attention.
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