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I'm afraid I'll have to make it be one again.

 

Also, I just got absolutely soaked in the rain here.  It started raining really heavily at exactly the wrong time.  And then it settled down again.  I hope the cloud-gods are happy.

 

I did get dry again, though, so I (hopefully) won't get pneumonia or anything like that.

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*pulls out the blowdryer*

Will this help, @Pilauli?

(Are you in Toronto perchance? It flooded badly there today!)

 

3 more working days till my vacation.

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Nope, I'm not in Toronto.  I'm farther south, I think... if Toronto's in Canada like I think it is.  Otherwise, I have no idea where I am in relation to Toronto.

 

4 somethings.  I'm too lazy to figure out what.

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Yes, Toronto is in Canada.

 

If you count today, I will be there in 5 days.

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s i x

 

@Pilauli If it's as hot where you are as it is here, a good soaking could feel good. I deliberately stayed out in a shower a few days ago, just to cool off. This heat is brutal with no air conditioning.

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i thought the song was Eight Days a Week by the Beatles?

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i have a new show on tonight.  it started at 10

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e11even

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thirteen

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fifteen

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Yeah, it's hot where I am.  I've got air conditioning, though, so lucky me.  The weather pattern here right now actually has clear mornings that start tolerable and get hot, and then it often rains in the afternoons.  Yesterday was a spectacular example, though, and then I went out in it to check on something.

 

16

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seventeen

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twenty-one

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twenty-four

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25 is 5^2.  It's also (2x5)^2 / 2^2.  That is, 100/4.

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