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64 degrees & 87% humidity out, at 12:30 AM in San Francisco.…

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64 degrees & 87% humidity out, at 12:30 AM in San Francisco. Further, all the interior-light-well windows are sealed up for 'painting work' (which is almost certainly not going to happen tomorrow), thereby effectively disabling any chance of getting a cross-draft through the apartment.
Fresh air? What fresh air?

Christ, I'm sweating at my desk.
AND I AM WEARING NO FUCKING SHIRT.

I know, people live in hotter climes. I submit that this is why I myself do not live in hotter climes.

Oh yes. This is a pain that will linger for some time to come.
  • Well, I share your pain, and am glad it's not just me. Since I've been sickly, I've had no 'thermostat' any more. But today I felt like I was about to faint from heatstroke, and it's still too hot. Yuck.

    Hope this breaks soon.
    • besides, all I am getting for the privilege of having open windows is mosquito bites. You're not missing much.
  • I only wore clothes this weekend when I had to leave the house or expected deliveries. And I'm not saying that to turn anyone on. Guh. Me, you know, the girl that thinks her skirt's too short if you can see more than three-four inches above the ankle?

    It's not the heat, it's the fucking humidity.
  • Sadness for you. That sucks. A lot. When it's hot in places wher eit doesn't normally get hot, there is PAIN.

    I had this while living in the Poconos, where "you don't need air conditioning! No one ever does!" and then ninety degrees in the forest with the air not moving and the mosquitos and me wanting to murder my parents messy for making us move there and...

    ... yeah. I sympathize.
  • I feel sympathy. I have taken 8 showers in 3.5 days, being that our dorm has no air conditioning, which is not anywhere near as bad as your situation.
    • When I lived in Maine, I would take two showers a day - once before work, and once after - and sleep with an ice pack. The house I lived in, nor the theatre I worked in, had A/C. Something about being -in- buildings makes things so much worse.
  • Here we have dry heat, which is not too bad compared to humid heat. That kind of heat feels like you are breathing inside someone else's mouth.

    ::I know, people live in hotter climes. I submit that this is why I myself do not live in hotter climes.::

    I agree with this. I'd only change "hotter" for "colder". : )
  • I'm so glad the weather finally broke saturday the heat was killing not just me, but all the plants. Even the trees were starting to wilt.
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