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This is a discussion on How hot actually, is hell? within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Originally Posted by Sister Dang, just counted FIVE days of 100 (f) here with two of 99 on each side and they haven’t even added ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sister View Post
    Dang, just counted FIVE days of 100 (f) here with two of 99 on each side and they haven’t even added heat index yet! “Houston, I believe we have a problem”

    Amazing, God will get you for complaining if things are to hot or to cold. After all is said and done I’ll never complain about heat again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rotorhead1026 View Post
    You’ll pay for that - in January. :D
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    Looking forward to a bit of cooler temps here in Pencil-Vania.
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    Sister, the Carolinas are hot as well! This summer has been a rollercoaster. Last week in the 80s, this week pushing high 90s-100. Dew point this AM is 72, so it's going to be nasty out.

    Summer sucks for me because I have to wear a suit in this mess. Sometimes I'm out in the heat for 2 hours or more. Couple that with a collared shirt that holds sweat against the neck, and you have misery. It takes several hours for a tshirt and dress shirt to dry out, meaning I have to endure discomfort pretty much the rest of the day. However, when I'm dressed appropriately for the heat and sweating, I like it hot. I'd rather do yardwork in 100 degrees than 80. A good sweat, with proper attire, is cleansing.

    As far as Hell goes, I'm sure the required attire will be a coat made of polar bear hide and fur.
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    Same here on the heat, just lucky we are being pounded with afternoon thunder showers.
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    As far as Hell goes, I'm sure the required attire will be a coat made of polar bear hide and fur.
    With a hair shirt underneath.
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    I'm in Minnesota, which can get surprisingly hot considering how cold it gets in the winter (Hit minus -30 below zero last year)
    I don't think we have hit 100 yet this year, but we have had some mid 90's with high humidity
    California gets some great year round weather, I say we march down there and throw out all the fruits and nuts, and make it the conservative capitol of the US
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sister View Post
    How hot actually, is hell?
    Revelations 21:8: But the fearful, and unbelieving ... shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone.

    A lake of molten brimstone (sulphur) means that its temperature must be above the melting point and below the boiling point of brimstone. Therefore Hell is between 112.8°C and 444.6ºC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skolnick View Post
    Revelations 21:8: But the fearful, and unbelieving ... shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone.

    A lake of molten brimstone (sulphur) means that its temperature must be above the melting point and below the boiling point of brimstone. Therefore Hell is between 112.8°C and 444.6ºC.
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    Ahh Houston yeah it's hot now come down to The Valley and enjoy the heat. God Bless the blue collar worker roofing, paving, picking, working in your attic fixing your AC....
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    Lol I have actually used my attic to "bake" on a spray on finish on some rifles.
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    Can’t really complain about the heat this year in the Bluegrass. Sure, it’s been in the 90’s a few days with high humidity, but overall not too bad.

    Sure beats the heavy rains we have experience earlier in the season!

    This morning it was a beautiful clear 69, with a high to be in the mid 80’s.

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    98 is a cold front around here.
    heat index is near 110 this week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbit212 View Post
    Lol I have actually used my attic to "bake" on a spray on finish on some rifles.
    Bahhhhh...In the W. Texas desert you can just lay it out on the picnic table in the sun!!!


    Just for the record...I could tell you exactly how hot it is in hell....but...forum rules, you know.
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    When it comes to going to hell, I can handle the heat . . . as long as I don't have to endure my M-in-L! That would be a deal breaker.
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