Nawthern vs Southern

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nasa has announced after 5 years of exploring the northern united states they are shutting down their rover. after spending billions of tax dollars they have decided to cost their loss looking for any intelligent life..
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Unfortunately they had a son of the south operating it.
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Reminds me of getting out of the army many decades ago. I was stationed in Korea where the ground froze in November and thawed in March. I got home for Christmas in East Tennessee and was walking around in short sleeves in 40 and 50 degree weather for a while. Long sleeves were good down to freezing. It didn't take me that long before I started dressing warmer but for a week or so it just wasn't necessary.
 

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Reminds me of getting out of the army many decades ago. I was stationed in Korea where the ground froze in November and thawed in March. I got home for Christmas in East Tennessee and was walking around in short sleeves in 40 and 50 degree weather for a while. Long sleeves were good down to freezing. It didn't take me that long before I started dressing warmer but for a week or so it just wasn't necessary.
Isn’t that funny how we perceive the same temperature? When I visited the folks in very southern KY in December/January, we used no coats. Everyone down there complaining about the cold.
 
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