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    What is your ideal temperature

    As I sit here in not so sunny Queensland with the rain drizzling down. My mind has drifted back to dreams of the sunnier and warmer Cow country estate in Bang Bon heights where Lady Cow is currently ensconced.
    I've had to put a thick woolen jumper (pullover/sweater to you heathens) have just checked the outdoor temperature at 19°C(about 62°F to you illiterates who don't understand Celsius). Am now thinking about gloves and at least a fleecy lined jacket to go outside.
    I once met a guy in Rancho mirage who owned a Volkswagon partly modified as a dune buggy. He gave me a lift from a house he was sharing with an old flame of mine. It was mid summer and a scorcher over 40°C. I asked him about air conditioning. He said he didn't need it."If people need air conditioners they shouldn't live in the desert", he said. He would go out and work in his desert garden in the heat no problem.
    What range of temperatures are your comfort zone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow
    62°F
    That is t-shirt weather to me.

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    26c.

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    27 degrees

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    Come on lads...we all know its 25c

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    I operate best between 72 and 85 degrees.

    What part of QLD are you in, Hugh ? I'm in Brisburg.

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    opps ...

    That was the tyre pressure debate .


    Not so much the ambient air temperature, but more the humidity ... that's what kills me.

    So, I'd prefer to be @ 38C with 30% humidity then 28C with 90% humidity.

    unless ...



    By the way Hugh ... I just bought some tracky dacs last week and the Broncos jacket came out on Monday.
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    98.6...You guess the temp scale...

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    98.6F any colder than that would be detrimental.

    Climate wise 27C daytime, 20-22C nighttime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow
    62°F
    That is t-shirt weather to me.
    Your a sick man snubs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    I operate best between 72 and 85 degrees.

    What part of QLD are you in, Hugh ? I'm in Brisburg.
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    Anywhere between 18 and 28C
    I'm ok with 5C, in t-shirt, shirt, a beanie, boots, wool socks and jeans
    Above 38C I start getting too hot to work efficiently.

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    Cairns...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy View Post
    98.6...You guess the temp scale...
    37°C for you BB. Thats quite warm. Or were you just reading your rectal thermometer again?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Immigrunt View Post
    Looks almost perfect IMM. Don't know about the quality of the women though.


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    Messing around outside: 75-80F - sunny.

    Living room PS4/kicking it: 23-24c Aircon temp to remove humidity.

    Bedroom sleepy time: 20c

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Immigrunt View Post
    Looks almost perfect IMM. Don't know about the quality of the women though.

    I believe that half the city's population are students -141,000 of them.

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    We regularly hit the mid 50's C in the summer, but that's still bearable until the humidity starts soaring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Immigrunt View Post

    Basically daytime and nighttime averages

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy View Post
    Cairns...
    Around Kuranda's lovely.

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    27C is what I like....

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    ^ For a swimming pool I agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan View Post
    27C is what I like....
    10CC ?

    I don't like cricket ... I love it.


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    18-28c best operating temp for me.
    Walking, swimming, gardening and humping...the shopping home...

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