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The Commonwealth of Baskque

Estellan wrote:My sister roller skates more than I do, but I do like it a lot.

I would recommend doing in on an actual roller rink instead of a parking lot, though. Gotta say I was surprised no one else in my family got hurt

Oh, I ride them in a park, a very big park

The Democratic Republic of Estellan

Baskque wrote:Oh, I ride them in a park, a very big park

Sounds fun, but not for me ;-)

The Golden Kingdom of The Oriental Empire

Ice skating >

The Democratic Republic of Estellan

The Oriental Empire wrote:Ice skating >

Fun, would love to do it more, but the malls are shut down, and besides, not sure how that would fare with my wrist

The Constitutional Monarchy of Federal Bohemia

The Oriental Empire wrote:Ice skating >

Yes ice skating is cool, i never ice skated before but sounds interesting...



The Dank Meme of Sicilian Imperial-Capitalist Empire

Federal Bohemia wrote:Yes ice skating is cool, i never ice skated before but sounds interesting...

I'd probably slip and fall every time I try to ice skate, particularly since I live in Southern California, famous for not having snow or ice.

The United Subject of Noristoniaka

The Oriental Empire wrote:Ice skating >

I love ice skating, but I can't go.



The Constitutional Monarchy of Federal Bohemia

Sicilian Imperial-Capitalist Empire wrote:I'd probably slip and fall every time I try to ice skate, particularly since I live in Southern California, famous for not having snow or ice.

I live in Arizona, welcome to the Sonoran Desert. And I sometimes roller skate, but i need practice.

The United Subject of Noristoniaka

Sicilian Imperial-Capitalist Empire wrote:I'd probably slip and fall every time I try to ice skate, particularly since I live in Southern California, famous for not having snow or ice.

You can go to an ice complex

The Democratic Republic of Estellan

Sicilian Imperial-Capitalist Empire wrote:I'd probably slip and fall every time I try to ice skate, particularly since I live in Southern California, famous for not having snow or ice.

Moving to SoCal in February

Post self-deleted by Estellan.

Diophantine

Estellan wrote:Never seen him here before, is he one of the retired RMBers?

It's a she, by the way.

The Dank Meme of Sicilian Imperial-Capitalist Empire

Federal Bohemia wrote:I live in Arizona, welcome to the Sonoran Desert. And I sometimes roller skate, but i need practice.

Desert gang rollin up to Europe.

Estellan wrote:Moving to SoCal in February

Welcome!

NOW PERISH IN THE ETERNAL FLAMES OF CALIFORNIA



The Democratic Republic of Estellan

Sicilian Imperial-Capitalist Empire wrote:Desert gang rollin up to Europe.
Welcome!

NOW PERISH IN THE ETERNAL FLAMES OF CALIFORNIA

I'm a little scared moving to an oven

I know how hot it is, my grandparents live there

The Constitutional Monarchy of Federal Bohemia

Sicilian Imperial-Capitalist Empire wrote:Desert gang rollin up to Europe.

Well it's actually pretty nice in Arizona, you should visit.



The Democratic Republic of Estellan

Federal Bohemia wrote:Well it's actually pretty nice in Arizona, you should visit.

Be ready for the heat tho. Went to the Grand Canyon in march (not this march, march a few years ago) and I was sweating 60% of the trip



The Constitutional Monarchy of Federal Bohemia

Estellan wrote:Be ready for the heat tho. Went to the Grand Canyon in march and I was sweating 60% of the trip

Hah, fam, you aint even close to the heat, one time it was 117 degrees in Phoenix. Beat that. And don't even get me started with Lake Havasu City.



The Dank Meme of Sicilian Imperial-Capitalist Empire

Federal Bohemia wrote:Well it's actually pretty nice in Arizona, you should visit.

Well I should know because I've visited Arizona as well as Nevada.

Just like with Nevada, most of the state is scorching hot (312K or 39C). Its only saving grace is the Grand Canyon, which for some unknown reason is at least 10 degrees cooler than the rest of the state.

But hey, at least it's not the 325K (52C) Iraqi Desert.

The Democratic Republic of Estellan

Federal Bohemia wrote:Hah, fam, you aint even close to the heat, one time it was 117 degrees in Phoenix. Beat that.

I looked it up and one time it was 121 in LA



The Constitutional Monarchy of Federal Bohemia

Estellan wrote:I looked it up and one time it was 121 in LA

Yeah but in Phoenix it was 117, in Lake Havasu City, Arizona it was 128.



The Democratic Republic of Estellan

Federal Bohemia wrote:Yeah but in Phoenix it was 117, in Lake Havasu City it was 128.

Ik but cali has Death Valley

One time it was 134 degrees there

looked it up

BEAT THAT

The Constitutional Monarchy of Federal Bohemia

Sicilian Imperial-Capitalist Empire wrote:Well I should know because I've visited Arizona as well as Nevada.

Just like with Nevada, most of the state is scorching hot (312K or 39C). Its only saving grace is the Grand Canyon, which for some unknown reason is at least 10 degrees cooler than the rest of the state.

But hey, at least it's not the 325K (52C) Iraqi Desert.

Ok Arizona will never beat Death Vally or the Saharan Desert, never, but still it's pretty hot here in the summer, in the winter like right now, it's about 50-70 degrees outside.



The Commonwealth of Baskque

Federal Bohemia wrote:Yeah but in Phoenix it was 117, in Lake Havasu City, Arizona it was 128.

117? 128? Im don't understand

The Constitutional Monarchy of Federal Bohemia

Estellan wrote:Ik but cali has Death Valley

One time it was 134 degrees there

looked it up

BEAT THAT

Yes true. But that's death valley, not a city, soooo... debatable.

The Top 400 in cards of Drew Durrnil

Estellan wrote:Moving to SoCal in February

OwO

Baskque wrote:117? 128? Im don't understand

Fahrenheit (47 and 53 C, respectively)

Sicilian Imperial-Capitalist Empire wrote:Well I should know because I've visited Arizona as well as Nevada.

Just like with Nevada, most of the state is scorching hot (312K or 39C). Its only saving grace is the Grand Canyon, which for some unknown reason is at least 10 degrees cooler than the rest of the state.

But hey, at least it's not the 325K (52C) Iraqi Desert.

High elevation that's why

Sicilian Imperial-Capitalist Empire wrote:Desert gang rollin up to Europe.
Welcome!

NOW PERISH IN THE ETERNAL FLAMES OF CALIFORNIA

Yes its hot here

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