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» Sat Aug 14, 2010 4:35 am
migya wrote:
JOEL wrote:with the many new comers willing to commit to the nba fantasy migya is licking his chops...not so fast their , the rookies and soph's could pull off a championship :mrgreen:



Anything could happen, but I'm a seasoned veteran :wink:



umm so is Al Davis :mrgreen:
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» Mon Aug 16, 2010 11:18 am
I'm gonna play fantasy 1st time too, so count me in if there's still space...also count me in as bottom 3.
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» Tue Aug 17, 2010 2:01 am
LilBallerx30 wrote:I'm gonna play fantasy 1st time too, so count me in if there's still space...also count me in as bottom 3.



Great confidence :mrgreen:
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» Wed Aug 18, 2010 9:22 am
migya wrote:
LilBallerx30 wrote:I'm gonna play fantasy 1st time too, so count me in if there's still space...also count me in as bottom 3.



Great confidence :mrgreen:

what beautiful optimism, eh?

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» Wed Aug 25, 2010 5:27 pm
The heat in the Bay (San Jose) is no joke, can't function properly, or think strait, no fan or AC at the crib, losing weight help. :oops:

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» Wed Aug 25, 2010 9:13 pm
warriorsstepup wrote:The heat in the Bay (San Jose) is no joke, can't function properly, or think strait, no fan or AC at the crib, losing weight help. :oops:


It was hotter here in sactown... 107!!!!!
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» Wed Aug 25, 2010 9:21 pm
104 degrees in Fremont....feel dead
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» Thu Aug 26, 2010 7:43 am
Prefer heat than too cold temperatures. It's winter here, but now starting to heat up a bit, but still no more than 20 degrees Celsius, we use that measure here

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» Thu Aug 26, 2010 9:58 am
Today feels alot cooler, and its already 10 am, at least am not alone and knowing the feeling, and then there is Migs over there cooled out.
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» Thu Aug 26, 2010 10:34 am
yeah today is MUCH better
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» Fri Aug 27, 2010 1:34 am
warriorsstepup wrote:Today feels alot cooler, and its already 10 am, at least am not alone and knowing the feeling, and then there is Migs over there cooled out.



It's actually a bit warmer today go figure. There is four seasons we have to go through and all of them needed so it is what it is. Have to try to enjoy the aspects of each one
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» Fri Aug 27, 2010 3:48 am
migya wrote:Prefer heat than too cold temperatures. It's winter here, but now starting to heat up a bit, but still no more than 20 degrees Celsius, we use that measure here

Celsius is much better. Finally I don't have to calculate. ::lol:

It was a bit colder here previous two days, but today is expected round 36 Celsius degrees in Belgrade. Hate it when it's so hot in a big city, which is not on the sea.

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» Fri Aug 27, 2010 10:05 am
Yeah, America wants to be unique with its dumb measurements. Celsius is more precise than Fahrenheit. Though what bothers me more is that the U.S. doesn't use the metric system.
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» Fri Aug 27, 2010 1:20 pm
Mr. Crackerz wrote:Yeah, America wants to be unique with its dumb measurements. Celsius is more precise than Fahrenheit. Though what bothers me more is that the U.S. doesn't use the metric system.

America isn't the only nation that STILL uses Fahrenheit (Fahrenheit is older), in fact most developed nations used it at one point (imperial system is what some call the old system) until the metric system came along.

Actually F is more precise than C take into consideration:

100 F = 38 C

80 F = 27 C

100 - 80 = 20

38 - 27 = 11

20 - 11 = 9; That's 9 degrees of more accuracy.

I'm not saying US system (imperial) > metric though, metric is better IMO because it is waaaay easier to convert.

As an American that is familiar with both systems, I don't care what we use but in reality it is a bigger hindrance for other nations that we don't use the metric system because the massive majority of international media (books, movies, video games, etc.) that is either produced in the US or targeting the US market utilizes the imperial system for our benefit.

Little off topic: Out of curiosity googled "why the US doesn't us the metric system" and it's just crazy the volume of senseless anti-American comments you receive when you try to look at anything like that, people are so ignorant.
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» Fri Aug 27, 2010 2:50 pm
Mr. Crackerz wrote:Yeah, America wants to be unique with its dumb measurements. Celsius is more precise than Fahrenheit. Though what bothers me more is that the U.S. doesn't use the metric system.



I think i might of said this, But the only time an Australian doesn't use the metric system & reverts back to the old Inches, Feet & yards measurement, is when they are talking about there DICKS.

I think thats cause of the rounding up factor.... I mean a guy with a 21cm Johnson is always gonna say his dick is 7 Inches long... But the guy with the 22cm or 23cm dick isn't gonna want to forget to claim this extraness, so if someone ask he always rounds up to the nearest inch and says 8 Inches BABY!!!

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