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man-bear-pig said:
superchunk said:
I plan to cock everything I can.


Aren't you married..?

Why you asking me out?



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superchunk said:
man-bear-pig said:
superchunk said:
I plan to cock everything I can.


Aren't you married..?

Why you asking me out?


YES! YES! OH GOD YESS!!!!!



YAYA!! SUMMER!!! Now where are the PSone classics on my Vita Sony?!?!



Playstation All-Stars is one of the best games I've played this gen, and is the most fun I've had in a game this gen.

toadslayer72 said:
Adinnieken said:
Tino Vainamoinen said:

I have one real plan this summer and it's to go to Columbus, Ohio on the 28th of July. I hope I can go, I know I'll probably not be able to!

You REALLY set your expectations low for your Summer plans, don't you?


LMAO! That's fucked up, lol.

If you had said Sandusky, I'd be like "Oh cool," but I can only imagine there must be family in Columbus for you to get that excited about it.



toadslayer72 said:
superchunk said:
blkfish92 said:
You know speaking of summer, it's hot as nuts in my house! Does it matter if I have the ac at 60 instead of 70 (Fahrenheit)? My father thinks it wastes more money, but I doubt he really knows.

yes, it will cost A LOT more to run it that low. Are you crazy?

You realize the more it runs the more it costs right?

I live in southwest Arizona... fucking over 100 by 9am here and we don't put AC below 77 during the day and 75 at night. Why in the world do you need it at 70? If I were your dad I'd get a programmable thermostat that has a passcode.

Humidity is a motherfucker. I believe you guys in AZ are pretty much unfamiliar with how shitty high humidity is on a hot summer day. I don't really know if that has anything to do with it but maybe that's why. I know I like my AC in the low 60's but I live on the humid as fuck East Coast, yesterday and today have been so bad.


If you have a problem with humidity, and you have an AC unit, then you may want to consider having the AC unit cleaned.  If the coils become dirty (especially due to a lack of a filter) the AC unit won't properly cool and could also create a source of humidity in the house. 

If your don't pay for electricity, and you have about $150, buy a dehumidifier.  The higher the humidity, the more heat that gets trapped in the air.  So if your AC unit isn't sufficient in eliminating the humidity, especially after a shower or boiling water, then a dehumidifier will help keep it down and allow you to keep the temp of the house/apt/flat/room lower.

Again, if humidity is a problem, you need to reduce it.  If your AC unit isn't doing it, then get a dehumidifier otherwise you'll wear out your AC unit.

I once lived in a crappy apt.  In the Winter I had to run a humidifier, so I didn't get bloody noses from the dryness, and during the Summer a dehumidifier because the AC unit couldn't keep up with the amount of humidity generated by a shower. 



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Adinnieken said:
toadslayer72 said:
superchunk said:
blkfish92 said:
You know speaking of summer, it's hot as nuts in my house! Does it matter if I have the ac at 60 instead of 70 (Fahrenheit)? My father thinks it wastes more money, but I doubt he really knows.

yes, it will cost A LOT more to run it that low. Are you crazy?

You realize the more it runs the more it costs right?

I live in southwest Arizona... fucking over 100 by 9am here and we don't put AC below 77 during the day and 75 at night. Why in the world do you need it at 70? If I were your dad I'd get a programmable thermostat that has a passcode.

Humidity is a motherfucker. I believe you guys in AZ are pretty much unfamiliar with how shitty high humidity is on a hot summer day. I don't really know if that has anything to do with it but maybe that's why. I know I like my AC in the low 60's but I live on the humid as fuck East Coast, yesterday and today have been so bad.


If you have a problem with humidity, and you have an AC unit, then you may want to consider having the AC unit cleaned.  If the coils become dirty (especially due to a lack of a filter) the AC unit won't properly cool and could also create a source of humidity in the house. 

If your don't pay for electricity, and you have about $150, buy a dehumidifier.  The higher the humidity, the more heat that gets trapped in the air.  So if your AC unit isn't sufficient in eliminating the humidity, especially after a shower or boiling water, then a dehumidifier will help keep it down and allow you to keep the temp of the house/apt/flat/room lower.

Again, if humidity is a problem, you need to reduce it.  If your AC unit isn't doing it, then get a dehumidifier otherwise you'll wear out your AC unit.

I once lived in a crappy apt.  In the Winter I had to run a humidifier, so I didn't get bloody noses from the dryness, and during the Summer a dehumidifier because the AC unit couldn't keep up with the amount of humidity generated by a shower. 

Other than the humidity outside in the summer in NY, I don't have a problem with it, my AC works. I do run a demudifier in my basement though 24/7 in the summer, that thing works hard and is a beast.

As far as dryness in the winter, yeah it sucks, that's why I hate forced air heating systems, baseboard heating is so much nicer for that reason alone. I currently have forced air but when we build our new house in a few years it will NOT be forced air heating.



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