winter is good. Summer sucks. In the winter, you can do stuff to feel warm, like put on clothes. when it's a hundred degrees outside with 100% humidity, and your shirt is soaked with sweat, there is nothing you can do about it without going inside and crap. Yesterday, I went on my backyard rail. 92 degrees, 100% humidity. I waited till 5-6 at night to use it so it wouldn't be 100 degrees. I actually used some crappy snow pants cause it's gay to ski on shorts, but, I wore shorts underneath, and once i was done with 30 minutes of skiing, my shorts underneath were soaked with sweat. I had to wring them out. If it was winter, if you were cold, you could put another layer on. During summer, you can't escape heat.
i cant take him[liam downey] seriously cuz his name reminds me of that downy bear from back when i was a kid -d loc
I don't deny there are bad things in the US right now, hell, 51% of the country to be exact. But god damnit, our country being fat is NOT a problem. I do't give a shit how fat people are. hell, fat kids are harder to kidnap, that means our country is safer.
im with you on that one. in the winter.. i love to ski. but in the summer..since i cant ski....i love the beach.
"Over time, most people experience life involving love, suffering, passion, and an unspeakable drive for something new . . . for me there's skiing, nothing more nothing less and it encompasses everything, every day I'm out there." ~Pep Fujas
I hate the heat. seriously. I can't stand it. Like that one guy said, when it's cold you can just put on more clothes or ski harder to get warm, but when it's hot out all you can do is find a fan, but you can't take those anywhere with you, or you can skateboard really fast to let the breeze cool you down but that takes physical work, thus making you more hot. Summer is fucking unprogressive and you all know it. Skiing at Hatchers Pass this year was great cause it was -6 degrees out so you could ski really hard but not get all sweaty and salty, which is probably how that one dude^ got his pants salty in the first place. so unh.