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My dad recently spent a week in Minnesota on business. While there, he said people were constantly complaining about the 99F (38C) heat. Considering that this routinely happens every summer in Texas, my dad had no sympathy for them. Of course, the predicted high here today in the D/FW area is 101F (38C), which is down from the 105F (40C) that we had all this week. We finally broke our drought in April only to sink back into the red area of the Palmer scale* now. FEMA has declared almost half of the continental USA a disaster area because of this.
I blame Chinese pollution for that.
Anyway, anyone who's been in the Lone Star State in August will tell you this isn't that far from the truth. This was done for the
jam. Let's see if anyone can tell us where that car is from.
Car copyright NBC.
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*This assesses how much rain is needed to return things to normal levels. Red is 9-12 inches. A belt from Oklahoma through Arkansas, Missouri and Illinois is in the dark purple category, meaning they need 15 inches or more to return to normal.
Ooh... I want me some of that Angry Kawaii Girl!
Back! Hasn't she suffered enough with a mother like that!?