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Old 05-16-2012, 01:50 PM   #2899
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Yep, it's how much moisture the air holds.
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and what a cooling lesson we have learned today
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Old 05-16-2012, 02:19 PM   #2901
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Thanks for the lesson Neck. I never would have know that.

Did you know that swamp coolers don't work well when the dew point is high? Humidity doesn't matter as much as dew point.
All I know is swamp coolers are about as useful as a bag of wet cats if you're not out in arid country .
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Yep, saves a bunch of money this time of year.
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All I know is swamp coolers are about as useful as a bag of wet cats if you're not out in arid country .
Now I can think of quite a few things I could use a bag of wet cats for! Burglar alarm/defense system if properly installed, great way to start a conversation when camping- hey what you got in that there noisy bag? Well since you asked! Great reason for not lending the MH out- sorry can't let the cats out of the bag at this time.
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Now I can think of quite a few things I could use a bag of wet cats for! Burglar alarm/defense system if properly installed, great way to start a conversation when camping- hey what you got in that there noisy bag? Well since you asked! Great reason for not lending the MH out- sorry can't let the cats out of the bag at this time.
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Iv'e heard of a bag of Snakes, bag of Hammers, but never a bag of wet Cats!
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Iv'e heard of a bag of Snakes, bag of Hammers, but never a bag of wet Cats!
Easier to lug around than a bag of wet dogs! And never ever try a bag of wet elephants.
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Easier to lug around than a bag of wet dogs! And never ever try a bag of wet elephants.
That is why I keep a sack of wet mice on hand. Someone once told me I was as sharp as a sack of wet mice... So I filled me up one.
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I've heard some people referred to "Dumb as a Rock". Think about it. Do you know how much can be done with a rock? There are a lot of things dumber than a rock.
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I've heard some people referred to "Dumb as a Rock". Think about it. Do you know how much can be done with a rock? There are a lot of things dumber than a rock.
And, I think I know where that lot spends most of their time, too:P
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I've heard some people referred to "Dumb as a Rock". Think about it. Do you know how much can be done with a rock? There are a lot of things dumber than a rock.
You are right again, I remember barney and Fred did all sorts of stuff with stone! Even had a car made from it.
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Rolling Stones, They are smart!!
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