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    12 ****ing degrees???

    12 degrees outside?

    26 for a high?

    Red air days? Inversion? I live just a few miles away from the mtns and I can't even see them because of the nasty smog! How is this possible? Why? Why? WHYYYY???

    Damn you Utah! Damn you and your nasty climate!

    5 months it's hot as hell. 5 months it's colder and nastier than Big Al in a speedo. And for 2 months it's nice.

    If you could live anywhere else where would it be?
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    I lived in San Diego for about 6 years. I could go back. It doesn't get too hot or too cold. The people are decent enough and the women attractive enough.

    But not having a real change of seasons just doesn't seem right to me. I like winter. I like it a little less as I get a little older, but I still want cold and snow during winter. I like winter better than the middle of summer.

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    Hawaii.....
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    I lived in North Pole Alaska (dead serious) and I can attest that -50 feels pretty close to 0. Cold is cold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Thriller View Post
    12 degrees outside?

    26 for a high?

    Red air days? Inversion? I live just a few miles away from the mtns and I can't even see them because of the nasty smog! How is this possible? Why? Why? WHYYYY???

    Damn you Utah! Damn you and your nasty climate!

    5 months it's hot as hell. 5 months it's colder and nastier than Big Al in a speedo. And for 2 months it's nice.

    If you could live anywhere else where would it be?
    I don't even want to hear a little sissy like you bitching and moaning about the weather. Yeah, it sucks while you walk from your heated house to your heated car to your heated office. Meanwhile, I get to work outside in it; whether it's 12 degrees or 112 degrees. Cry me a freaking river.

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    -8 when I left work this morning. Cache Valley is a great place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatchipper View Post
    -8 when I left work this morning. Cache Valley is a great place.
    I don't miss that part of Cache Valley. Balmy 20 degrees this morning in Boise.

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    SLC has one of the nicest climates around if you like 4 distinct seasons.

    Try living in the Midwest. Waaaayy hotter in the summer and waaaaayyyy colder in the winter. Freaking humidity.

    SLC is pretty mild.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UGLI baby View Post
    SLC has one of the nicest climates around if you like 4 distinct seasons.

    Try living in the Midwest. Waaaayy hotter in the summer and waaaaayyyy colder in the winter. Freaking humidity.

    SLC is pretty mild.
    Seriously, there are really only a few days a year where it is too hot or too cold. A bunch of bitches on here. That being said, I'm a bitch and I hate the cold.

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    Ya SLC doesn't really get hot.. Not sure what op is smokin'
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gameface View Post
    But not having a real change of seasons just doesn't seem right to me. I like winter.
    Same here. Of course, I've never lived without it.
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    I just moved to Northern Cali and I love it. I am about an hour east of San Francisco. Today its sunny and 55. But San Diego easily has the best weather. Definitely in the country but I would dare say the world.

    The worst part about Utah is the nasty inversion. That stuff blows. Also I am going to San Diego tomorrow so yay me!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Thriller View Post
    12 degrees outside?

    26 for a high?

    Red air days? Inversion? I live just a few miles away from the mtns and I can't even see them because of the nasty smog! How is this possible? Why? Why? WHYYYY???

    Damn you Utah! Damn you and your nasty climate!

    5 months it's hot as hell. 5 months it's colder and nastier than Big Al in a speedo. And for 2 months it's nice.

    If you could live anywhere else where would it be?
    I lived in New Jersey, and can say Utah is 100 times better

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thee jazz fan View Post
    I lived in New Jersey, and can say Utah is 100 times better
    please explain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoreFeasts View Post
    please explain.
    New Jersey. What more is there to explain?

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