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If you had to chose from moving to a hotter or colder climate, what would you choose? Why?


I would choose hot because I can do more outdoors than I can in bitter cold. Also, my hobbies and interest are taylored for warmer weather.

 

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    Jason (jbosh1972) 4 years ago

    My limit is 40 but I have difficulties past 100 degrees. Would need a place that only has upper 90's in summer and not much more.


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    Jason (jbosh1972) 4 years ago

    I here you about the sleep but if it is zero outside I struggle to wake up and get out of bed. Conversly, I wake up in high spirits in very warm(85 to 95) and sunny weather.

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    Jason (jbosh1972) 4 years ago

    Exactly! Here in Indianapolis we broke a record high of 100 degrees last September then was literally in the mid 60s for daytime highs 2 days latter. Got sick for 4 weeks with a cough.


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