Heat, Humidity Bring Out The Stupid Questions

Hot weather getting on our nerves

It's not the heat, it's the humidity.

No, it's the freaking heat.

And, yes, it's been hot enough for me.

Have anymore stupid questions?

Sorry if I sound a little, um, crabby. It's been the heat and, OK, the humidity.

Sure, it's a little cooler today, but like Arnold Schwarzenegger, the heat will be back.

I also have a touch of a summer cold.

A summer cold?

Go ahead and scoff, but the only difference between the summer cold and the winter cold is sympathy. Yeah, cry me a river.

I caught the summer cold from the air conditioning.

Man was not made to be air conditioned. Man was not made to walk from sopping-wet swelter directly into November.

November. I wish it were November. No I don't. Yes I do. No I …

OK, besides a summer cold I may have heat stroke.

I've been feeling a bit disoriented. Dehydration? No way. I've been drinking plenty of fluids. Beer counts, right?

Anyway.

When it is not being hot and humid it is being wet.

We need the rain.

Why is it every time it rains you hear people say, "We need the rain."

Is it just a coincidence that the people who say "We need the rain," are the same ones who say, "Hot enough for you?"

To set the record straight: We do not need the rain.

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