Thursday, July 12, 2007

Rant of the Day

Memo to Morning Radio DJs

The fact that the weather forecast calls for the day to be sunny with a low chance of rain is not a necessary and sufficient condition to label the weather for the day as "perfect". When, for example, the predicted high temperature is 98 degrees and the humidity is high enough for the dew point to be in the mid-70s, the vast majority of the American population would consider the weather as being far from perfect, even if there isn't a cloud in the sky and the chance of thunderstorms is 10%.

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