NYC breaks record, hits 102 degrees

NYC breaks record, hits 102 degrees

There are 9 comments on the New York Daily News story from Jul 22, 2011, titled NYC breaks record, hits 102 degrees. In it, New York Daily News reports that:

Frankin Jerez, 15, and Anahi Andrade, 16, cool off at the water fountain on a hot summer day in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.

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Kathrrine

Pomona, CA

#1 Jul 22, 2011
That is really hot omg
Just Saying

Rye, NY

#2 Jul 22, 2011
It went to 104 in Central Park, according to the news.
Mayor Bloomberg

Brooksville, FL

#3 Jul 24, 2011
I'm ready to start shoveling snow in front of Gracie Mansion like last winter.

Bring it on !!!
The Rotten Apple

Englishtown, NJ

#4 Jul 24, 2011
102deg? No big deal. The "heat wave" is already over.

Now go back to the REAL problems. Like no money. Like an end to the Bill of Rights. Like only one or two stations for the news, both with Dribbling Chris.

Like going into a restaurant and only being allowed to order the dishes that Michelle checked off.

Like paying $240,000 for a college education and then finding out, on graduation day, that that the valedictorian is STILL illiterate.

Like waiting 6 hours to board an aircraft that you paid $1000 for the ticket. Like spending four of the six hours in a lock-down waiting room while strangers inspect your underwear.

Like listening to a presidential speech and realizing that all of the millions of unemployed are YOU! Everyone else has a job.
liner

Bronx, NY

#5 Jul 25, 2011
The Rotten Apple wrote:
102deg? No big deal. The "heat wave" is already over.
Now go back to the REAL problems. Like no money. Like an end to the Bill of Rights. Like only one or two stations for the news, both with Dribbling Chris.
Like going into a restaurant and only being allowed to order the dishes that Michelle checked off.
Like paying $240,000 for a college education and then finding out, on graduation day, that that the valedictorian is STILL illiterate.
Like waiting 6 hours to board an aircraft that you paid $1000 for the ticket. Like spending four of the six hours in a lock-down waiting room while strangers inspect your underwear.
Like listening to a presidential speech and realizing that all of the millions of unemployed are YOU! Everyone else has a job.
Nah. I'd rather worry about the heat.
The Real Lindy Loon

White Plains, NY

#6 Jul 25, 2011
The Rotten Apple wrote:
102deg? No big deal. The "heat wave" is already over.
Now go back to the REAL problems. Like no money. Like an end to the Bill of Rights. Like only one or two stations for the news, both with Dribbling Chris.
Like going into a restaurant and only being allowed to order the dishes that Michelle checked off.
Like paying $240,000 for a college education and then finding out, on graduation day, that that the valedictorian is STILL illiterate.
Like waiting 6 hours to board an aircraft that you paid $1000 for the ticket. Like spending four of the six hours in a lock-down waiting room while strangers inspect your underwear.
Like listening to a presidential speech and realizing that all of the millions of unemployed are YOU! Everyone else has a job.
This explains a lot.
Vic

Jackson, NJ

#7 Jul 26, 2011
The Rotten Apple wrote:
102deg? No big deal. The "heat wave" is already over.
Now go back to the REAL problems. Like no money. Like an end to the Bill of Rights. Like only one or two stations for the news, both with Dribbling Chris.
Like going into a restaurant and only being allowed to order the dishes that Michelle checked off.
Like paying $240,000 for a college education and then finding out, on graduation day, that that the valedictorian is STILL illiterate.
Like waiting 6 hours to board an aircraft that you paid $1000 for the ticket. Like spending four of the six hours in a lock-down waiting room while strangers inspect your underwear.
Like listening to a presidential speech and realizing that all of the millions of unemployed are YOU! Everyone else has a job.
We have plenty of money.
Tax Collector

Englishtown, NJ

#8 Jul 26, 2011
Vic wrote:
<quoted text>
We have plenty of money.
Another dupe on the radar screen.
Tax Collector

Englishtown, NJ

#9 Jul 26, 2011
liner wrote:
<quoted text>
Nah. I'd rather worry about the heat.
Who wouldn't?

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