Originally Posted by tenthplanet
We'll bake soon enough, but it will be dry heat. 95 degrees and 10 % humidity can feel pretty good. I've been where 80 degrees and 60 percent humidity can feel like __________ (profanities redacted
). And mosqitos __________ _______ (profanities redacted).
I was born and raised in SC, lived in MS and MO three years each, and currently reside in northern NJ. People up here complain about humidity, and I have to just laugh. I tell them to visit Louisiana in July and get back to me. We visited some friends in Phoenix in early September last year, and that definitely confirmed the whole humidity thing for sure. It was in the mid to upper 90s and definitely hot, but without the humidity, it is actually kinda bearable. However, I do absolutely hate hot weather regardless of moisture levels in the air. I'm still looking at places like Montreal or parts thereabouts and saying with saucy eyes, "how you doin?" Of course, adding to my self-inflicted curse, I would love to be able to look out a window and see the ocean some day. Newfoundland it is!
Anywho, not really horror but certainly horrific, Chernobyl has been quite engaging. So well made with attention to detail and just capturing what went down. I've always been curious about it as a subject, and it just does so well in creating dread and uneasy feelings. Just something about knowing, as an audience, "wow, all these people are going to die, and they have no idea." It is gut wrenching.
Totally off-topic but binged Fleabag entirely in one evening. That show was pretty amazing. Absolutely loved the main character (Phoebe Waller-Bridge), and Andrew Scott playing the priest was fantastic. Already loved him from his portrayal of Moriarty in Sherlock, and he does an amazing job with this. Need to look into his work more...