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Hi chaps. From Dundee, in the UK. Anyone local then drop me a p.m.
 

murrat

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I am from Istanbul Turkey. I am the one and only here from Turkey :cool:
The most enjoying city ever ;)
I think here is full of members mostly from the states and Australia ::)
 

FireMyLaser

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Jag trodde att jag var den enda från norden här. Skål!  ;D

Translation:
I thought that I was the only one from Scandinavia here. Cheers! ;D
 
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I am from Sykesville, Maryland - about 40 minutes north east of Washington DC and about 35 minutes north west of Baltimore.
 

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A little town in Oregon called Vale. and when i say little i mean little. theres no fast food, no pizza, no stoplights. a town of 2000 people with the city limits of one square mile.
 

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Bloomfield Missouri or should i say Missery there is two types of weather here Freeze your butt off or Sweat it off one of the two, its like every military base i have had the luxury of being stationed at THE LAND THAT GOD FORGOT
 

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Bah you americans with your weak definitions of hot. Down here in .au it regularly gets over 130 F in summer.
(Well over 50 C)
 

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LOL, its over 68F constantly, hot and humid. Usually rises to well above that too. From AU aswell.
 
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Bah! You Australians and your no windows no shoes spiders in my boots it's so bloody hot... ;D ;D ;D But can you handle cold?

Last Wednesday I went for my weekly bike ride with the mates in a -25°C wind chill. (Felt more like -45° when we rode at 20kMph into the bloody wind.) Almost lost my nose to frostbite I did. :p I have friends up in Nunavut who just went through a spell of -65°C and they went out to get a video! (Goose down helps there I'm told.)

Now, before you get yer knickers in a knot, I'm having fun here, OK? Truth is, this forum really is a global community and I think it's really cool that I can talk here with Aussies, Brits, Chinese, Germans, Swedes, Canadians, Slovenians, Americans, etc. etc. I say welcome them all (except the spammers of course :mad: ) and let's hear their stories!

BTW, a laser pointer works for about 5 seconds in -25°C... :p ;D ;D ;D

Cheers, CC
 

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ah hell here we go ok you haven't seen hot till you have been baking under the Iraqi sun for 18 months 115 f. in the shade during the day and freezing ur butt off at night and FYI missouri has this miserable sticky humidity usually a constant 100% in the summer
 




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