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Any ideas?

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bubba

Slower than 20 Mule Train Borox=Hint

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tropicalb

ermmmmmmm....I can't think of a reason bubba.

seems kinda like any other day to me.

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Kim

Highest temperature ever recorded in the United States, Death Valley, 134 F (57 C). The year was 1913.

At first I thought it was the women's soccer team beating China in a shootout after a tie and overtime had left them 0-0. But that wouldn't be in the weather forum, except it was really hot that day, so Brandi had to take her jersey off.

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MattyB

I remember that. That day in death valley I mean.

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epicure3
I remember that. That day in death valley I mean.

Me too! I was in my mid-50s back on that day. It was a scorcher. I was a gold miner workin' outta Furnace Creek.

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osideterry

Nineteen-ought-thrteen. That shore wuz hot.

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bubba

If you check your Western record books,it was also quite cold that year,particularly in LA,San Diego and the entire Southwest.

What is this about a woman playing soccer in the heat and taking her shirt off!Well,looks like time to head out to Jackson Hole!

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