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    Larsstephens, rebel ga, GreyHawk

    Even with record heat, I can't imagine how northern New Hampshire can be warm enough to require air conditioning at home in November and December.  Are you living in a greenhouse?  How did the indoor temperature make it into the 80s that late?

    You might be a Rethug if you join forces with the tobacco lobbyists but condemn abortion, birth control, and gay marriage as crimes against humanity.

    by jhsu on Wed Sep 12, 2012 at 07:38:15 PM PDT

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    •  Actually, it's a valley. (0+ / 0-)

      Kind of like a greenhouse.

      It snows but is always warm in the morning.

      Last year was very warm.

      And with the heat on, it did get very warm in my apt.

      Mostly Oct and Nov. By the middle of Dec it started to get cold.

      I only have two windows and one doesn't open.

      So yes the air conditioner would have helped.

      Just a little. Even in the summer I only have a $30 electric bill.

      I put the air conditioner on for an hour and it's like a refrigerator in here.

      Isn't that a symptom of global warming dry summers and mild winters? Well in this part of the country anyway.

      Everywhere else drought, hot summers and mild dry winters.

      Brought To You By That Crazed Sociologist/Media Fanatic rebel ga Be The Change You Want To See In The World! Gandhi

      by rebel ga on Thu Sep 13, 2012 at 12:20:09 AM PDT

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