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The Therapy Sessions
Friday, January 16, 2004
 

I was waiting for this....


2003 ties as world's second-hottest year.

The summer of 2003 was the coldest I have ever experienced. It rained every other day, I was glad I didn't take out a membership at the local pool, and I don't think we ever turned the AC on (I wonder if that still works?).

I know that all those things could be true and the rest of the Earth could still compensate by being hotter than normal (I hear Europe had an American summer this year, btw), but really.

Here's prediction: 2004 will the hottest year ever!

Outside right now it's about two degrees Farenheit.



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