Kansas City Kiddie

Well, I made it to the big KC. I got to the hotel last night and found that it has high-speed Internet access! Yay! But I lost my pcmcia ethernet adapter. Boo! So, last night, I tried to use the 14.4 dialup to get on the Web via Juno.

The pain! The pain!

Today, the company I am working with scrounged me up a new pcmcia card and adapter to use while here. Yay!

So, I hate to disappoint you Christine, but I will be able to continue to annoy you from afar. Mwahahaha!

Current temp: 30-degrees (20-deg wind chill) And it’s getting ready to snow… But I’m not cold! It’s really strange and happens every time. At home in Florida, if the temp dips below 70, I’m freezing. I go on the road in the 20-degree winter weather with just a sweater and a light jacket, and I’m fine.

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8 Responses to Kansas City Kiddie

  1. Ric The Schmuck says:

    But the BBQ is supposed to be the best in KC… that ought to warm ya up!

  2. theresa says:

    how do you do it? it’s in the 30s here with 15-20 degree wind chills and i am FREEZING. please, tell me your secret oh great one 🙂

  3. Solonor says:

    Everyone’s a comedian… Look, I’m the only one that gets to be sarcastic around here. 😛

    Actually, I can’t explain it. In spite of surrendering my Maine membership card, the Maine blood just kicks in, I guess. (I wish it worked in Florida!)

  4. Anna says:

    14.4 is torture!

  5. I have a theory that 61 degrees in Florida is actually the Coldest Temperature Ever. I’ve been in Philadelphia in thirty degree weather and found myself removing my jacket and sweater. It makes no sense, but adds to the stack of evidence I have that Central Florida is home to a Hellmouth. (Other signs: the sulfer-scented tap water, Disney…)

  6. Ejen says:

    Ok folks..it got down to 0 (thats ZERO) degrees this morning….thus you have no right to complain about such temps….hehe….Hey Solonor you travelling to get out of doing the house work??? hehe

  7. I agree with Andrea, it just doesn’t seem as cold up north for some reason.

  8. CGHill says:

    My children having settled there, I show up in KC generally twice a year: in July, when it’s hotter than Bryant’s under-the-counter sauce, and around now, when it’s colder than a mother-in-law’s kiss.

    Apparently the best time to visit Kansas City, climatewise, is September 23 between 9:30 and 11:45 am.

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