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    Quote Originally Posted by atpjunkie View Post
    it's a dry heat though
    Stats are meaningless without humidity figures, especially for temps below 102 F. Use the same coefficient applied to the correlation of 'is she too young to date'?: (n/2)+7, where n=age of prospective date (or current temp in Farenheit), and the product equals the youngest socially acceptable age of your date, or the minimum corresponding humidity of your ride which can be considered at least 'bad ass' in some c. For example, if temp =100 degrees, if humidity isn't at least 57 pct you can't toot your horn - you're riding in dry heat. In the Southeast, we typically see temps of 90 degrees, meaning our HTFU coefficient is 52, but we typically have 80% humidity. Way above our HTFU coefficient.

    Or for you perverts, if n= your age, say 50 yrs, then the lower limit of the age of a girl you can date is 32. I think that also means that if your at least 50 yrs old and not riding in 32 percent humidity, you're lacking. Do the math.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spdntrxi View Post
    East Bay... hotness... 103 Sat 106 Sunday 103 today... This coastal beach bum can't handle this heat very well.
    Yeah, I moved to the East Bay from the West Side of LA where it was 75 almost all the time, I get real cranky during the summer now.

    ( I did my time in the New England summer humidity/ cold winters too)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ogre View Post
    Stats are meaningless without humidity figures, especially for temps below 102 F. Use the same coefficient applied to the correlation of 'is she too young to date'?: (n/2)+7, where n=age of prospective date (or current temp in Farenheit), and the product equals the youngest socially acceptable age of your date, or the minimum corresponding humidity of your ride which can be considered at least 'bad ass' in some c. For example, if temp =100 degrees, if humidity isn't at least 57 pct you can't toot your horn - you're riding in dry heat. In the Southeast, we typically see temps of 90 degrees, meaning our HTFU coefficient is 52, but we typically have 80% humidity. Way above our HTFU coefficient.

    Or for you perverts, if n= your age, say 50 yrs, then the lower limit of the age of a girl you can date is 32. I think that also means that if your at least 50 yrs old and not riding in 32 percent humidity, you're lacking. Do the math.
    I grew up in dry heat summers. I will take 105 in those places any time over 90- 95 in Houston
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