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    Nope there is more to it becuase 1 does not equal 1... that would be too easy !!

    11 celsius is 52 degrees farenheit.
    My son knew the formula... adding 32 then multiplying by something. I forget!

    I got the answer

    here
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    Wow! I didnot know that. Just found this...

    To convert between Farenheit and Celsius use this formula:
    Farenheit Temperature = (Celsius Temperature)x(9/5) + 32
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    yeah, what a pain eh?
    "Rice is great when you're hungry and want 2,000 of something' -- Mitch Hedberg

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    I was never good at math...but one day I will be great at it!
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    Its been around 59 here all day and cloudy.Last week it was in the mid 80's so it is quite a change but my football players will love practicing in this weather instead of the heat for a change.
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    Same here Junkie, 60 today, oddly warm last week.

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    All I know is that it's colder 'n hell out, and my neighbor called me up at 10pm last night because he turned his heat on, and the furnace pilot was out. We never did get it turned on. Oh well, hope he had a lot of blankets, or I might find a Ricksicle in a couple days.

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    Originally posted by John
    All I know is that it's colder 'n hell out...I might find a Ricksicle in a couple days.
    I love that! Hope Rick gets warm soon.

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    Well, I just talked to Rick (my neighbor), and except for almost freezing his ass to the toilet in the morning (literally), he's got heat again today. HVAC guy came out today and re-lit his pilot.

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    HA, YOU MICHIGAN SISSY ASS BOYS!

    No furnace in winter, pshaw! Where I live, a couple whale blubber candles and a sealskin is all we have!

    OK, so it's not that bad. OK, FINE, so I have in-slab heating in my basement. DOESN'T MAKE IT ANY FUCKIN WARMER OUT.

    The kids here get excited when it's -20 because it means they can go tobogganing. So, to answer your question...

    It was 17 today.

    UHM, yeah. Stop sneering at me John. In a week it's gonna be cold, cold, cold.

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