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...in Topeka
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(2018-07-25 16:54:46)David Wrote: It's not that bad, only 105-110F on the daily here

Our record high is 90°F
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Yep
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107F here at the moment in california
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(2018-07-25 21:05:32)David Wrote:
(2018-07-25 18:24:02)Tebbe Wrote:
(2018-07-25 16:54:46)David Wrote: It's not that bad, only 105-110F on the daily here

Our record high is 90°F

You're missing out bro

Anything over 70°F is hell
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use metric you peasants this is an international wepsite
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How about we use what we're familiar with? It's not hard to convert units.
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it's getting even worse today...
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(2018-07-26 03:05:44)Mystery Wrote: How about we use what we're familiar with? It's not hard to convert units.

How about you use what everyone is familiar with? 95% of the world uses °C. There's a reason why everyone here uses English instead of their own language, for instance.

That being said, it hit the negatives on Tuesday here. Fortunately it's improving; we're really not used to weather that cold.
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(2018-07-26 12:47:57)aaaaaa123456789 Wrote:
(2018-07-26 03:05:44)Mystery Wrote: How about we use what we're familiar with? It's not hard to convert units.

How about you use what everyone is familiar with? 95% of the world uses °C. There's a reason why everyone here uses English instead of their own language, for instance.

That being said, it hit the negatives on Tuesday here. Fortunately it's improving; we're really not used to weather that cold.

I do use Celsius if others are using it, I have no issues with Celsius. I just think it's trivial to complain about a scale that people are already familiar with when converting units is so easy.

On another note, the weather's been pretty nice here. Right around 67°F/19°C.
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(2018-07-26 12:59:32)Mystery Wrote: complain about a scale that people are already familiar with

Maybe this will come as a surprise to you (no sarcasm intended), but people around the world aren't familiar at all with US units. Most people just know that they exist, but have no idea of how large or small a value is without running it through a converter.

To give you an example, I once asked random people how much they thought a pound was. I got pretty much random answers between 200g and 3kg.
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(2018-07-26 12:47:57)aaaaaa123456789 Wrote:
(2018-07-26 03:05:44)Mystery Wrote: How about we use what we're familiar with? It's not hard to convert units.

How about you use what everyone is familiar with? 95% of the world uses °C. There's a reason why everyone here uses English instead of their own language, for instance.

That being said, it hit the negatives on Tuesday here. Fortunately it's improving; we're really not used to weather that cold.

what about the english speaking internet population?
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(2018-07-26 13:36:31)aaaaaa123456789 Wrote: To give you an example, I once asked random people how much they thought a pound was. I got pretty much random answers between 200g and 3kg.

About $1.31 right now
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(2018-07-26 13:57:00)Tebbe Wrote:
(2018-07-26 12:47:57)aaaaaa123456789 Wrote:
(2018-07-26 03:05:44)Mystery Wrote: How about we use what we're familiar with? It's not hard to convert units.

How about you use what everyone is familiar with? 95% of the world uses °C. There's a reason why everyone here uses English instead of their own language, for instance.

That being said, it hit the negatives on Tuesday here. Fortunately it's improving; we're really not used to weather that cold.

what about the english speaking internet population?

they are lucky enough the international language is not a foreign language to them and that all they have to do is use international units which is a lot easier than using a foreign language
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(2018-07-26 13:36:31)aaaaaa123456789 Wrote:
(2018-07-26 12:59:32)Mystery Wrote: complain about a scale that people are already familiar with

Maybe this will come as a surprise to you (no sarcasm intended), but people around the world aren't familiar at all with US units. Most people just know that they exist, but have no idea of how large or small a value is without running it through a converter.

To give you an example, I once asked random people how much they thought a pound was. I got pretty much random answers between 200g and 3kg.

I'm aware that people outside of the U.S. aren't familiar with it. I meant Americans are familiar with it because they grew up using it.

It only took me a week to learn Celsius pretty good simply by comparing Celsius temperatures to Fahrenheit temperatures.

I mean yeah, it'd be nice if everyone used the same scale, but it's wishful thinking.
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Farenheit is a fucking abomination. But yeah it's been really hot this year. It felt like August 2 months ago.
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im fucking melting
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