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Dear Abby Asked by Dear Abby
9/9/2019

How hot is too hot?

29%
80

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71%
95 WINNER

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29%
80

12 Comments
CASSANDRA JUGEAT
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CASSANDRA JUGEAT

it's all too hot after the incident

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Carolyn Morris
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Carolyn Morris

I Love Fall, Winter And Spring.

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kaycstamper
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kaycstamper

If I had my way, weather would be between 30s and 70s. I don't like the heat!

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judith corey
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judith corey

I live in south Carolina....there is no in between LOL

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Susan Mclaughlin
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Susan Mclaughlin

I love the heat but 80's is high enough.

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Jenn Repp
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Jenn Repp

I live with Relapse Remitting Multiple Sclerosis so heat, humidity & dew point affect me greatly. It could be 72° with high humidity & dew point & be miserable for me.

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Karen A White
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Karen A White

Try living in Florida! You'd better like sweating!

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Julie Brantley
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Julie Brantley

This is a nice, comfortable temperature.

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Karen Clemens Fox
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Karen Clemens Fox

I've had my thyroid removed. This interferes with the bodys abilities to deal with temp fluctuations. I shiver@ 68 & sweat @72. @ 80 I am uncomfortable but functional @90+ i feel ill

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TheGrungemom
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TheGrungemom

Heat is not a friend to the fair skinned!

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Tracie Morris
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Tracie Morris

It's not hot. It's perfect.

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Margo Smith Dixon
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Margo Smith Dixon

70 degrees is my favorite temperature! You put on a sweater, get out the blankets, and snuggle! If it gets hot, you can't walk around naked! And I don't enjoy sweating. Bugs are no fun, either.

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71%
95

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Carl Evans
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Carl Evans

It is better to take clothes off rather than to put more clothes on.

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James Mollohan Sr.
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James Mollohan Sr.

95 is too hot, cause you can't tell if you sh** yourself when you fart, or if your just spraying sweat off your butthole

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Monique Chenard
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Monique Chenard

Hate the heat - that is why I will never, ever live below New England. I would retire to Maine if I could afford it.

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Denise Cholak
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Denise Cholak

I do well outside up to 92. After that I either need to be in air conditioning or water.

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Kelly McCulley
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Kelly McCulley

Boob sweat. No thanks.

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Connie Lowry
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Connie Lowry

In Texas 95 is reached before noon!

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Jane
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Jane

It’s not even healthy!! You can’t be outdoors and be comfortable unless you are swimming or something.

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D May
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D May

Two days in the last two years I came in from working in the yard and found it had been 119. Can't get to hot for me.

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Alex Diaz-Granados
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Alex Diaz-Granados

I'm not fond of sauna-like weather.

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G. Sam Lishchuk
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G. Sam Lishchuk

its All about the relative humidity. 95 in Florida in August is wayhotter than Phoenix, Los Angela’s, or Las Vegas

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Nancy Sam
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Nancy Sam

90 and above is too hot

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Rachel
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Rachel

The hotter the better!

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Kimberlee Brady-Belaidi
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Kimberlee Brady-Belaidi

I have asthma and when it's too hot I can't breathe

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Barry Rashford
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Barry Rashford

80 is perfect for some. I prefer 70. 80 is a little warm but not too hot.

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Joyce Koch
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Joyce Koch

I don't mind the heat, I hate being cold.

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Dear Abby Asked by Dear Abby
12 months left

Do you carry credit card balances?

Yes

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No

8

Yes

1 Comment
Joyce Koch
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Joyce Koch

emergencies come up and I have no choice but to charge.

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No

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Lrac Snave
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Lrac Snave

I learned my lesson the hard way. I no longer have ANY carry-over credit balances. Zero debt.

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Maureen Hannon
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Maureen Hannon

I got rid of all our credit cards years ago. The interest is ridiculous! You end up paying a lot more in interest than the the cost of the items purchased!

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Margaret Meade
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Margaret Meade

If I don't have the money...I don't buy it. Interest rates are ridiculous!!

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Valerie Lantz
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Valerie Lantz

We pay off all charges each month.

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Jethro Born
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Jethro Born

Why buy more than I can pay for? The federal government does that, which causes inflation.

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Robert Davidson
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Robert Davidson

My credit card pays me, in the form of points. I do not want to pay my credit card company.

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Bob Pickett
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Bob Pickett

Have always kept a zero balance because I can

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Dear Abby Asked by Dear Abby
12 months left

Is your proverbial glass half-empty or half-full?

Half-empty

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Half-full

3

Half-empty

2 Comments
Ry Kali
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Ry Kali

I am a worry-wart and a negativr person, so half-empty would be the answer. But, what people don't see is that I am a pragmatist, or a realist. So, it's is also not half full or half empty, but right down the middle.

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LBI birdie
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LBI birdie

Saving the last half for a rainy day.

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Half-full

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Lrac Snave
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Lrac Snave

Hey Bartender! I need a refill!

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rover6rover
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rover6rover

Flowing over in fact.

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