Frazz by Jef Mallett

Frazz

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  1. cubefarmer

    cubefarmer said, 7 months ago

    well with some of the Florida humid days it’s thick enough you COULD use a shovel…

  2. Agent54

    Agent54 said, 7 months ago

    It is all about how you Acclimate to your region, after a few years new comers to Florida think 60 degrees is cold. While a ocean temp of 60 is for swimming in New England.

  3. AlnicoV

    AlnicoV said, 7 months ago

    Summers in Florida, yuck.

  4. Nabuquduriuzhur

    Nabuquduriuzhur said, 7 months ago

    Don’t know about Florida, but the only time fit to be out in Portland Oregon is during the hot and humid summertime. 100% humidity and 100 degrees is the same anywhere.
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    Speaking of humidity, the local stations liked to lie about it in the mid 1990s when I worked in the area. I’d watch the early live weather forecast just before driving out to the suburbs to work. (Driving out of town was quick, as opposed to the traffic jams coming into town). The weather station was at PDX. It was not uncommon for the entire airport to be socked in with fog when I drove by it, but the news then minutes before would claim humidities much lower. Lowest I could remember was 67%, when fog by definition is 100%.

  5. wcorvi

    wcorvi said, 7 months ago

    Arizona – it’s a DRY heat.

  6. Doctor Toon

    Doctor Toon said, 7 months ago

    Call me crazy


    Even though I don’t take the cold as well as I used to and shoveling hurts more than it did, but I still love snow and nasty weather


    More snow in the forecast for this AM, nothing yet, wish it would hurry up

  7. Shirl Summ

    Shirl Summ GoComics PRO Member said, 7 months ago

    @Doctor Toon

    I’m with you Doc!

  8. celecca

    celecca GoComics PRO Member said, 7 months ago

    I prefer to see my humidity on the ground, not sip it from the air; there have been too many mornings where it feels as if I don’t need my water bottle in central SC

  9. metagalaxy1970

    metagalaxy1970 said, 7 months ago

    I’ve grown up in dry heat and I’ve lived/currently living in wet heat. I will take dry heat over the wet heat any day. Especially if one can’t afford to run the A/C during the summer.

  10. 300bostons

    300bostons GoComics PRO Member said, 7 months ago

    I too prefer winter and we’re having one this year. Other than the freezing rain they are predicting for here today, winter wins hands down for me.

  11. Captain Smokeblower

    Captain Smokeblower said, 7 months ago

    You can always add more layers when it’s cold. You can’t take any more off once you’re buck naked. And as for air conditioners, they’re only able to reduce the temperature about 30 degrees. So when it’s 115 F, AC only brings the room down to 85. Admittedly, 30 degrees less is a significant improvement, but I find it hard to sleep at night in temperatures above 70 and in Phoenix AZ it can still be 100 at midnight.

  12. Dampwaffle

    Dampwaffle said, 7 months ago

    I moved east of the Cascades to get out of the six-seven months of gray sky and rain. He’s got it right. It’s a lot more enjoyable to shovel away the occasional snow than it is to scrub away the moss from between your toes…

  13. DOSQueen

    DOSQueen GoComics PRO Member said, 7 months ago

    New England weather means you are shoveling snow and risking falling on the ice during the winter and swimming in your own sweat in the humid summer.
    I grew up in New England. I’ll take Texas where I can spend the winter outdoors speed walking without fear of ice and I can strap on ice packs in the early morning to go out for a walk in the summer. Bonus: the sun is up earlier in the summer so it’s easier to go for walks earlier – when it can be cooler as well.

  14. yaakovashoshana

    yaakovashoshana said, 7 months ago

    @DOSQueen

    Well said! I wouldn’t live anywhere else.

  15. AshburnStadium

    AshburnStadium said, 7 months ago

    We have 100º with high humidity in Pennsylvania, too. I remember taking a friend from Oklahoma to see Independence Hall one June day when it was in the low 80s, but the humidity was in the 90% range. It felt like 100º out!
    I also visited Vallejo, California in July/August 2005. There was a day that was 91º, but due to the lack of humidity, it felt like a low-humidity 83º day in Philly!

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