Curgoth (curgoth) wrote,

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From the guy on the radio at the gym:

"Well, it seems like someone's supersized summer for 49 cents. Who would have guessed it would still be this beautiful outside? It's 32 degrees outside right now, with a high of 33 tomorrow! Along with that, we've got a continuation of the smog and humidex alerts tomorrow..."

Does anyone else see a conflict here? It's "beautiful" out, but too hot to safely go outside? And would he be saying that if he weren't in a well air-conditioned booth?

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