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  1. I was so appreciative to see this article! I have told everyone for YEARS that my body and brain simple can’t function and go haywire with the wretched high humidity.

    I’m in nirvana when the temperature drops below 20F. I adore January/February. I bundle up and go outside and sit in my car and breathe in the frigid air for hours. I’m a new person! and this frigid air is like a regeneration. Summers are miserable in the Southeast. I keep a freezer very clean and open the door and just breathe for awhile.

    I wish people knew how AWESOME the climate was 50 years ago. Constant frigid temperatures and snow/ice storms. The crime was almost nonexistent.

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