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(Uproxx)   The Daily Show's assessment of Tampa, Florida: it's like a "subway platform in Haiti" filled with strippers and meth. Yep, that sounds about right   (uproxx.com) divider line 55
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2012-08-29 09:44:00 PM  

Mugato: I have "dual citizenship" between Tampa and Los Angeles and if it weren't for the studios in LA, I'd live in Tampa any day. No the downtown area of course.


What industry uses studios in Tampa and LA?

Porn!
 
2012-08-29 11:20:05 PM  

meyerkev: So here's a question for any New Yorkers:

Why are your subway stations so hot and muggy? Of the 3 different subways I've been in, yours is the only one where the stations are 20 degrees hotter than the outside with 100% humidity. Boston got this right. San Fran got this right (or it wasn't hot enough for me to notice. 55 + 20 is 75, which is pretty comfy)

/They were all still filthy hellholes though. All 3 systems.
//Though the quintet with steel drum and trumpet blasting out my eardrums in the Penn Station subway station was a uniquely New York thing though. Some of the buskers were good (or at least quieter). Them... not so much.


Depth. Many other subways are considerably deeper which keeps the tunnels cooler from the surrounding earth.
 
2012-08-29 11:41:05 PM  

Pocket Ninja: And they just need to fire Jessica Williams. She's all kinds of awful and has the timing of a drunk sloth.


Agreed. I was really excited when they got a black, female correspondent. But she's just terrible. I cringe when she's on screen. It's just painful to watch.
 
2012-08-30 02:08:33 AM  

Farnn: meyerkev: So here's a question for any New Yorkers:

Why are your subway stations so hot and muggy? Of the 3 different subways I've been in, yours is the only one where the stations are 20 degrees hotter than the outside with 100% humidity. Boston got this right. San Fran got this right (or it wasn't hot enough for me to notice. 55 + 20 is 75, which is pretty comfy)

/They were all still filthy hellholes though. All 3 systems.
//Though the quintet with steel drum and trumpet blasting out my eardrums in the Penn Station subway station was a uniquely New York thing though. Some of the buskers were good (or at least quieter). Them... not so much.

Depth. Many other subways are considerably deeper which keeps the tunnels cooler from the surrounding earth.


Ok, I get that, but where does the extra 20 degrees/50% humidity come from?
 
2012-08-30 08:32:06 AM  

meyerkev: Farnn: meyerkev: So here's a question for any New Yorkers:

Why are your subway stations so hot and muggy? Of the 3 different subways I've been in, yours is the only one where the stations are 20 degrees hotter than the outside with 100% humidity. Boston got this right. San Fran got this right (or it wasn't hot enough for me to notice. 55 + 20 is 75, which is pretty comfy)

/They were all still filthy hellholes though. All 3 systems.
//Though the quintet with steel drum and trumpet blasting out my eardrums in the Penn Station subway station was a uniquely New York thing though. Some of the buskers were good (or at least quieter). Them... not so much.

Depth. Many other subways are considerably deeper which keeps the tunnels cooler from the surrounding earth.

Ok, I get that, but where does the extra 20 degrees/50% humidity come from?


Evaporated hobo tears.
 
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