July 13, 2005

Random Commuter Thoughts

Dayum it's hot and humid this morning. I know it's technically impossible to have humidity greater than 100%, but I believe Dee Cee has nonetheless managed it today.

Walking up from the Metro reminded me irresistably of my old high school gym locker room. I kept expecting fuhball players to leap out from behind corners and thwok me with rolled up towels.


UPDATE: My office is supposed to knock off and spend the afternoon having a picnic in some park or other today. Think I'm going? Not bloody likely.

UPDATE DEUX, INSULT TO INJURY DEPT.: What made this morning even more infuriatingly awful was the memory that when checking in yesterday afternoon from eastern Lon Gyland, the Missus noted how the Llama-ettes only spent a little while at the beach because the breeze coming off the ocean was "a little chilly". Grrr.

UPDATE TROIS: Iced latte. Ahhh. Ambrosia ain't in it.

Posted by Robert at July 13, 2005 07:45 AM | TrackBack

Hyper-technically, you can have a supersaturation condition where humidity does in fact exceed 100%, but (I've read) this is a very rare ocurrence outside of artificial laboratory environments...

Posted by: LDH at July 13, 2005 09:24 AM

I noted last week that this summer hadn't been as humid as it normally is. I think the onslaught of the sauna conditions this week may be my fault.

Geh, is right.

Posted by: jen at July 13, 2005 09:53 AM

Very rare outside the lab indeed. Of course the largest biomedical lab in the world is just outside the DC line. Coincidence? The CIA broadcasts in my head say no.

Posted by: LB buddy at July 13, 2005 10:35 AM
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