loki see loki do: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 850x540]Does the 'chick' on the left look a little too much like Tom Cruise in a blond wig?
drb9: They are carrying surf boards where there is no surf.
squidgod2000: [i.imgur.com image 565x180]Are you shiatting me?
jayhawk88: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 850x400]Did they have a sale on sunshine clipart or something?
Banned on the Run: The Daily Mail is just demonstrating how adding pics of pretty women in bikinis can improve any article.It's journalistic bacon.
skinink: Things I leaned from building computers. I son't know why they always rate CPU temps in Celsius, so I had to learn conversion: (Celcius * 9/5) + 32.
SpdrJay: Don't these people have bathtubs of water they can cool off in rather than dying from heat? I don't get it.
jakomo002: Fissile: 95 degrees with 50% humidity in New York City today. Tomorrow it may go up to 100 degrees. Last 4 weeks have been like a sauna around here. 85 degrees and 35% humidity sounds like heaven. Stop biatching, you bunch of pansies.Seriously. It was 43 Celsius here yesterday with humidity./Montreal//You will also develop a sore neck from watching the cavalcade of beautiful, scantily clad wimmins
abhorrent1: 86 is a heat wave and people die from it? WTF is wrong with you, England?
bloatboy: Loaf's Tray: At least it's not "UP TO 760 OR MORE"...reporters do that all the time and it peeves the hell outta me...//Aut mode: [OFF]Or this kind of thing: headline "Could an 86 degree heatwave kill 7000 or more people?" (click link) "Not likely."Use of weaselese also bugs me a little. In TFA, "Up to 760", meaning between zero and 760. Citation: "London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) for The Times", using methods other than counting bodies.On the other hand, I really, really love their tendency of adding pics of hot women. I'm all for that in every website.
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