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    Sydney Oven - Instructions For Use

    Also known affectionately as "The Sydney" - an innovative local development
    1. Turn up THE HEAT.
    2. Leave for several days.
    3. Let stand and swelter.
    4. Reduce HEAT with BEER, Fans, or Southerly Change to taste.


    There are many other similar developments around the country
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    Come up to the tropics, then you'll know what real heat is and a good dose of humidity added as well.
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    I know. Been there. However Yesterday was HOTTER than there.
    "Us souvvern states" cop NW windss that really cook!

    (However, I know you cop it way more often than we do.)

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    Just spent 4 days away from Melbourne in central Victoria at Bendigo. At least I get a cool sea breeze at home. No open water in Bendigo so no cool breeze. It least the g old mine was cool but alas no takeaway. And then too hot and muggy to walk the dogs. I guess it would not matter where you were in this oppressive spell of weather with 24 or 26 degrees overnight temperature. Refrigerated aircon goes in Saturday
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    You can all go and live in London.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark L View Post
    You can all go and live in London.
    Hmm! So how Mudgee's a ticket to there?

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    RSPCA must be busy in Sydney, rounding up all the #####es.

    The word I used above meows. The profanity filter is not grammar sensitive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warbler View Post
    ...The profanity filter is not grammar sensitive.
    Maybe it's HEAT sensitive...

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    Sydney's climate is pretty mild, I'd have to say. Of course it does suffer a little from all that concrete and glass, and the heat island effect. Move up to Port Macquarie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lplates View Post
    Come up to the tropics, then you'll know what real heat is and a good dose of humidity added as well.
    Ha ha it's been hotter and just as humid here in Brisbane lately !

    And we don't have air con. It sucks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by landyvlad View Post
    And we don't have air con. It sucks.
    There's your problem. You've mistaken the vacuum cleaner for the airconditioner.

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    Also turn regularly for even cooking




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    An ALASKAN song about Summer Time (there)

    I heard there was a version in Russian for singing in SIBERIA, but don;t know if Da or Nyet.

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