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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zulu View Post
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    Hawaii.....
    Agreed....or grand cayman.

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    I don't have the "smog" where I am, just clean fog/frost, and bright blue skies. But the low last night was -7, and the high was 13. We had a foot of snow just before Christmas, and it's still there. Oh a windstorm made some big drifts on my road. I spent two days digging out. . . .

    And yah, I don't run from my house to my car, from my car to an office. . . and back. I have to thaw out waterlines and make sure the animals can get liquid water somehow. . . . and haul hay to where the cows are. . . .

    this isn't "construction" work or driving a snowplow, but my hands and toes and nose need to be thawed out once in a while. . . .

    I make trips to San Diego and Phoenix in the winters though, "on business". . . . . lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishonjazz View Post
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    Agreed....or grand cayman.
    I've spent sooooooooooooooooooooo much time in Grand Cayman .. too cloudy rainy..

    I have also been going to the Florida keys for 20 years (lived there for 3) and it's much better..
    I lived in San Diego. Weather great, people suck.
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    San Diego is amazing. The Midwest is the worst.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NUMBERICA View Post
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    San Diego is amazing. The Midwest is the worst.
    San Diego weather is awesome. Town is plastic. Midwest is damp and sucks .. that's it.
    Fortune and glory, kid. Fortune and glory.

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