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    Need Help. This problem really has me baffled..

    It's June 2nd. It's 47 degrees and raining non-stop all day.

    Thanks to you chemistry experts, I got my pool sparkling clean. Stains are gone and I'm ready to swim, but it's too cold and wet. I won't even run my heater when it's this cold.

    Now what!???? Come on, you guys have all the answers.

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    Re: Need Help. This problem really has me baffled..

    LOL
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    Re: Need Help. This problem really has me baffled..

    A little genetic engineering should take care of it, I strongly recommend sea otter fur as your best choice. See this article for additional background information.
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    Re: Need Help. This problem really has me baffled..

    I hear that air fares are at an all time low and tickets are easy to get. We are expecting 100 degrees plus humidity (so feels like 105) by this weekend in Texas. Maybe a little dose of "so hot you can hardly breathe" would take your mind off of the chilly damps.
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    Re: Need Help. This problem really has me baffled..

    wet suit and a hot toddy
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    Re: Need Help. This problem really has me baffled..

    Finally..somebody wised up and suggested a drink!


    That'll do for now.


    Quote Originally Posted by andrewg
    wet suit and a hot toddy

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    Re: Need Help. This problem really has me baffled..

    Jason,

    That's an informative article, but I don't want to do genetic engineering unless it involves test kits.
    Do they sell test kits for genetic engineers who want to make changes to the weather?



    Quote Originally Posted by JasonLion
    A little genetic engineering should take care of it, I strongly recommend sea otter fur as your best choice. See this article for additional background information.

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