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1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

It's gey cauld where i'm at!

 

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This is nothing, even to a 'soft midlander' like myself! 😄

 

I did find it interesting how the NHS presents the 'direct effects' of winter weather as being very similar to effects encountered from receiving vaccine jabs.

 

But then again, people who choose to dress like it is still summer will more likely expect those kinds of consequences.

 

I've got my big coat and some warm jumpers, so I'm perfectly fine.

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4 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

Check out this patronising propaganda from Birmingham City Council, even the NHS is now offering advice for cold weather!

 

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How on earth did people cope when it got REALLY cold?

 

 

I'm sure Wim Hoff will have a word or two to say to the national 'health' 'service' about all this cold being bad for you business.

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2 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

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This is nothing, even to a 'soft midlander' like myself! 😄

 

I did find it interesting how the NHS presents the 'direct effects' of winter weather as being very similar to effects encountered from receiving vaccine jabs.

 

But then again, people who choose to dress like it is still summer will more likely expect those kinds of consequences.

 

I've got my big coat and some warm jumpers, so I'm perfectly fine.

yeah spot on bro throw on the cromby scarf if needed everything is pure scare tactics even bit of hail rain or thunderstorms pure hysteria in todays society

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On 6/2/2021 at 8:35 PM, Grumpy Owl said:

it is surprising that some people need to be told this, like they can't work out for themselves why it gets hot during the summer, and cold during the winter.

 

Thank you mate. Been saying it for years. I'm really quite exasperated with people. It makes me want to become a misanthropic hermit. I really do have a dislike for people now. And I know that's politically incorrect for some of you i.e. can't be seen to be hating on humanity. But that really is the truth of how I feel - and I thought we were meant to be valuing truth above all things?

 

I'm done with the whole shebang. I'll be leaving this realm very soon, never to return. I mean, if I get to the spirit realm and someone says to me, 'Fancy another go on Earth?' I'll be like no way mate. You can shove it where the sun dun shine. That's how much I loathe this place (curses on it all).

 

Some of you will say, 'Ah but that's what the elite want you to think'. I say: No it's not. They want me to love this place so I keep coming back for more punishment. Why would I be so invested when I know full well this is just a temporary thing; why would I willingly submit myself to this little earth game? I'm a fucking infinite being, after all.

 

Well fuck you all and your pathetic little games. I'm through with it. 

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well not really surprising its cold in winter considering the amount of heat absorbed by the ground and other objects per sq meter compared to july.  

 

 London receives 0.52 and 4.74 kWh/m2 per day in December and July, respectively

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_power_in_the_United_Kingdom

 

 

if the sun dims we are fucked no amount of taxes or renewable technology will save us.

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21 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

Check out this patronising propaganda from Birmingham City Council, even the NHS is now offering advice for cold weather!

 

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How on earth did people cope when it got REALLY cold?

 

 

1981 in Wolverhampton, we went to school with snow up to our knees even in April. No heating in the school (frozen pipes) and so we were permitted to wear our coats. Only a few people could afford gas central heating, but I preferred my nan's house anyway because she had a coal fire and it would be great to just sit and watch the flames and the waft of smoke from Players no6 forming interesting shapes through the light. I believe it went down to minus 28 in places (Shrewsbury for one) and broke numerous records at the time.

 

We just got the hell on with it. Everybody did.

 

My grandad, if still alive, would just tell everybody to fuck the fuck off if they annoyed him. He used to play Father Christmas in the village, going around on a sleigh and giving out gifts to the kids in December. My dad told me how one Christmas a couple of kids started dicking about around the horses and so he told them that they were little cunts that should fuck off. Fancy Father Christmas saying that to you, lol. That was a man who saw his friends blown to pieces in muddy trenches and took no prisoners when it came to fools.

 

There are not many left from that generation. To see Captain Tom doing his thing made me bloody sick. My grandad would have seen right through that charade and called him out for what he was. I think I get my bullshit detector from him.

 

 

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OK, so today here in the UK, we've had our first decent summer day so far, temps here in Birmingham topped out at about 30C, while apparently some places reached 32C.

 

And now, on the BBC News homepage, there is a whole 'section':

 

 

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I mean, this is nothing, it has of course been much hotter here in the past.

 

But the media are carrying on like this is some 'record-breaking' new phenomenon, and of course, its all being pinned on 'climate change'.

 

Remember 1976 anyone?

 

Or at least do you remember 2018?

https://thegrumpyowl.co.uk/2018/07/08/feeling-hot-hot-hot/

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Gordon Bennet! Be odd if UK wasn't hotter than Australia right now as it is winter down there. And 23 C isn't very hot (that's what it is here). Should have been around in Summer 1976, when I was looking after some of the horses on their way to Montreal Olympics, or 1949. No blood clots then, but we started work an hour early and had 2 hours at lunch time as it was too hot to work outdoors otherwise.

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2 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

OK, so today here in the UK, we've had our first decent summer day so far, temps here in Birmingham topped out at about 30C, while apparently some places reached 32C.

 

And now, on the BBC News homepage, there is a whole 'section':

 

 

image.png.722966455dd559c7b20a470b922774a4.png

☀️ 🤔 😎

 

I mean, this is nothing, it has of course been much hotter here in the past.

 

But the media are carrying on like this is some 'record-breaking' new phenomenon, and of course, its all being pinned on 'climate change'.

 

Remember 1976 anyone?

 

Or at least do you remember 2018?

https://thegrumpyowl.co.uk/2018/07/08/feeling-hot-hot-hot/

I don't remember 2018 being particularly hot here. 1976 was hot. We went and jumped in a nearby lake at lunch times as it was too hot to work.

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Good grief...

 

Met Office issues verdict on UK being 'set for four heatwaves' as exact dates announced

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Another FOUR heatwaves could hit the UK with 28C sunshine this summer, according to forecasts. Leon Brown, from The Weather Company, based in the US, told the Mail on Sunday more heatwaves are en route.

He said: "More heatwaves imported from the Continent to the UK are forecast this summer, each reaching at least 28C – and likely higher – and each lasting several days."

One will take place in late July, while two takes place in August, with a fourth reportedly set for SEPTEMBER. "We should see well into the 30s – 36C would not be at all surprising", he claimed.

From: https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/black-country/met-office-issues-verdict-uk-24269074

 

Well this is certainly unprecedented, because I really cannot fathom out why temperatures in the UK occasionally rise into the high 20s and even into the 30s, during the middle of summer through July and August. 🤔

 

Must be because of 'climate change' or something like that, or maybe its the Russians.

 

In fact, now I stop and think about this, actually it does get quite hot at this time of the year...

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On 6/17/2022 at 5:55 PM, k_j_evans said:

I don't remember 2018 being particularly hot here. 1976 was hot. We went and jumped in a nearby lake at lunch times as it was too hot to work.

 

 

Couple of interesting websites here... Long before Greta was born...LOL:

 

 

"The decade of the 1950s brought the Chicago area some of its hottest summers of record, landing four in the top ten warmest-1955, 1959, 1953 and 1954. The 1955 summer ranks as the city’s all-time warmest dating back to 1871 with an average temperature of 76.4, buoyed by the city’s warmest July (81.3 degrees) and third warmest August (78.7 degrees). The decade also placed five years in the top ten with the most days of 90-degrees or higher- 1955 (46), 1953 (42), 1959 (39), 1952 (38) and 1954(36). When considering the city’s longest heat waves, the city has logged four 11- day runs of 90-degrees or higher, all of them in the 1950s."

 

 

https://wgntv.com/weather/the-hot-summers-of-1954-1955-and-1956/

 

https://stacker.com/stories/4345/what-summer-weather-was-year-you-were-born

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