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Old 08-22-2010, 12:55 PM
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Originally Posted by grapico View Post
Yes, the beaches and the islands, where temperatures are lower than inland, and generally has an ocean breeze to keep it cooler. Where people don't have clothes on, they have bikinis and shorts w/o a shirt and can dip into the water to cool off. What about the other majority of people who AREN'T on vacation or retired and have to where actual normal business clothes everyday and walk to their car to the office and before they are through the parking lot are dripping sweat. B/C that is the normal experience of actual residents. There is a huge difference being on a beach vacation in FL and actually living there through the summer.
Most people would rather still CHOOSE to live in those environments, than say the winter equivalent, which would be Alaska or Siberia.

It must not be that big of a deal then.
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