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Christian Kühn
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docile
  I just became a happy owner of...   Wednesday, July 12, 2006 (8:50 a.m.) 

...Trevor Jones' Dinotopia. Might be my favorite composition of the guy, and although slightly expensive, I have the real thing (a sealed new copy) now in my collection.

Apart from that...I hate summer.

That's all, carry on.

CK

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Bobettechaude
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Christian Kühn
  Re: I just became a happy owner of...   Wednesday, July 12, 2006 (6:05 p.m.) 

> Apart from that...I hate summer.

Dude, I hate summer too! Too freakin' hot. Let's have a beer for WINTER AND SNOW!

> That's all, carry on.

I will. Thank you. Well maybe not, I still have work to do.... DAMN!

bc
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Anthony Aguilar
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Christian Kühn
  Re: I just became a happy owner of...   Wednesday, July 12, 2006 (9:47 p.m.) 

> ...Trevor Jones' Dinotopia. Might be my favorite composition of the
> guy, and although slightly expensive, I have the real thing (a sealed new
> copy) now in my collection.

> Apart from that...I hate summer.

> That's all, carry on.

> CK

Dinotopia is indeed a good score, though a bit slow in parts I thought. But overall very nice ancd well worth having. Good find!

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docile
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Carlton
  Re: I just became a happy owner of...   Thursday, July 13, 2006 (7:18 p.m.) 

> Apart from that...I hate summer.

Finally, a fellow summer hater. It was 96 degrees today with high humidity and I had to work outside for 8 hours at a stupid tree farm. It is going to be 93 degrees or higher here in Minnesota for at least 9 days straight and on Saturday and Sunday it will be 100 and 101 degrees! I hate the sun!

And if I hear one more person say, "I'll take the heat because before we know it it will be winter" I'll bury them up to their necks in the sand somewhere and leave them for the vultures.

I'll take -40 with a -70 windchill anyday over temperatures in the 90s.

THE END

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Carlton
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  Accckkk. It's coming here... Hot Air, Big blob of HEAT expanding eastward   Thursday, July 13, 2006 (11:16 p.m.) 

A heatwave.

> It is going to be 93 degrees or higher here in Minnesota for at least 9 days straight and on Saturday and Sunday it will be 100 and 101 degrees! I hate the sun!

I was just thinking about how nice the summer weather has been here (ie. lack of triple digit tempatures and high humidity's). I'm sad to hear that the rain, thunderstorms, and "cool" dark clouds will be leaving the NorthEast. Just yestarday, there was a small tornado spotting in NY.

> And if I hear one more person say, "I'll take the heat because before we know it it will be winter" I'll bury them up to their necks in the sand somewhere and leave them for the vultures.

I saw a recent weather map on TV and it suprised me, mostly everything was orange/red.

https://headlines.accuweather.com/news-story.asp?partner=accuweather&myadc=0&traveler=1&article=3

Here's the upcoming forecast. "The heat and humidity will reach the Northeast just in time for the weekend. The forecast from Boston to New York and all the way to our nation's capital calls for the dreaded three H's of summer - hazy, hot and humid. Highs are expected to reach or exceed 90 degrees each day this weekend, with the RealFeel ® temperatures making it feel well above 100 degrees. AccuWeather.com is forecasting the intense heat and humidity will continue well into next week.

The showers and thunderstorms that over the past several days have stretched from New England to the Central Plains will finally exit; however, the storms are not leaving quietly. Severe storms ripped through the greater New York City area at the height of Wednesday's afternoon rush hour. A rare tornado reportedly touched down in Westchester County, New York, just 20 miles north of Manhattan. Fortunately, there were no major injuries or fatalities."

Why must the rain leave so early? Why can't the heat just stay in Texas?

> I'll take -40 with a -70 windchill anyday over temperatures in the 90s.

Like you, I prefer the snow, the cold weather, and Nor’easter's

> NP: Naked Gun *****


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Admiral Hull
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  Re: Accckkk. It's coming here... Hot Air, Big blob of HEAT expanding eastward   Friday, July 14, 2006 (9:49 a.m.) 

Speaking of heat waves, has anyone seen that Al Gore movie, An Inconvenient Truth? I saw it yesterday. It got me wondering about how much of it was true because it seemed pretty sincere to me, and if it is all true --- then buy a Vespa!
P.S. (No need to comment on the music; there's barely any score at all, and what is there is unremarkable.)

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Carlton
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  Re: Hot Air and Gore's Inconvenient Truth   Friday, July 14, 2006 (2:27 p.m.) 

> Speaking of heat waves, has anyone seen that Al Gore movie, An Inconvenient Truth?

Nope, I don't plan on seeing it. Maybe, I'll read the book but there are just so many books out there...

> I saw it yesterday. It got me wondering about how much of it was true because it seemed pretty sincere to me,

Well, I saw Gore's interview with Charlie Rose. Gore knowledge, regarding this subject matter, was impressive, and I loved his CFC/Ozone example. (Could Bush evere appear to that intelligent regarding an area he is not officially trained in.) I wouldn't exactly label Gore's film as being "junk" science. Gore and Rose intelligently spatted over the scientific speculations and extrapolations in this area. The thing is that it's not an absolute certainty with absolute timetables and so forth. I ,too, am a little skeptical about the dependency on man-made computer models, and the potential problems dealing with such large geological times, but I think it's foolish to ignore potential evidence and inconvenient "truths," especially when it’s apparent that the US should be making some kind of Energy policy changes.

https://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=3412657607654281729 (the interview)

> and if it is all true --- then buy a Vespa! P.S. (No need to comment on the music....

We need cars not scooters (especially if you take into account American wieght considerations). I'll end by noting that consensus can be wrong (see YTK), but that even the Christian Science Monitor is endorsing Gore’s film.

https://www.csmonitor.com/2006/0526/p14s02-almo.html

-Carlton



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