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Either way, what difference does it make, you are stuck inside your house!
100 degrees isn't that bad. You can go outside, sit in the shade, hope for a breeze, drink a cold bevy, sleep outside on the screened in porch with an oscillating fan , all sorts of ways to keep cool....
Try all that at Zero degrees and you'll be dead.
Zero degrees is definitely better. You can always put more clothes on to keep warm. You can only take so many clothes off to stay cool.
Zero is better because I can earn additional income at zero, while zero income at 100.
Zero degrees is definitely better. You can always put more clothes on to keep warm. YOU GOT THAT RIGHT!!!!!
We here in Northeast Ohio are more programed to handle zero degrees. We enjoy warm weather, but complain heavily when it goes over 92 degrees with 75 percent humidity. I recall my Army days in Oklahoma, where the temps often reached over 100 degrees, but life went on and we didn't even have a/c! Here it is different...the humidity coupled with the heat makes it feel as though someone is sitting on your shoulders.
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