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You poor thing.:giggle:
When I first came to the states, that kind of heat and humidity would slay me. After a couple of New York summers, it became 'mostly unbearable', but I was working in a financial firm where you were in a suit (who owns THOSE nowadays?)

Last couple of years up here in Baby New York, I'm in golf shirt and shorts or lightweight pants, so it has to get pretty extreme before it hits me really hard.

One of the advantages of being a filthy limey is that at one time, my forebears would march around, stand on parade and form square in places like India and Africa in full dress uniform, which tends to toughen one up a bit, dontcha know!
 

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I got one latter. Prostrate exam. Can't wait. 😬
Regular blood PSA test is all I get. As long as its in normal range no problem. Belt stays buckled but arm skin is penetrated for it and rest of testing.

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When I first came to the states, that kind of heat and humidity would slay me.
I'm about to go out and do 45 minutes of push mowing. To get there I will have to first open the back door and slice through the humidity to get outside. Will be wearing straw hat and shorts. The air temp is 89 degrees with a heat index of 95. It finally cooled off enough to mow. I love where I live though. I would have to make a several hundred yard shot to hit my nearest neighbor's yard-light.
 

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Plus half of that.

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