polmed Threads: 1 / Posts: 258
Joined: Sep 25, 2011
Jan 7, 2012, 10:35pm #806
Child... hmm you're right... it's actually a brilliant way of describing someone who's aged with fvck-all grace :D
What an in depth conclusion.
You know Flagless I am still young , but I think if you claim something opposite it may indicate that you may suffer from SPS :D.
Depression, hopelessness, cognitive rigidity, suicidality,.These men are angry. They are angry with themselves
(expressed as self hatred and depression), and with women.
Going back to the topic :
it needs to be insane to claim that dealing with -45 ᴼ C is easier than living in Poland with average temperatures circulating around -6 in the winter time. Additionally there is no wind chill factor here as it is in Canada with its vast plains stretching on the northern part of the entire country.
Canadians are well aware of how much misery the wind chill can add to an already frigid day in winter. Knowing the wind chill is in fact an essential part of Canada's weather forecasts, as it provides everyone with the knowledge they need in order to stay safe in our worst weather.
For example, if the wind chill is -20 while the outside temperature is only -10°C, it means that your face will feel as cold as if it was a calm day (no wind) with a temperature of -20° C.
A recent survey indicated that 82 per cent of Canadians use wind chill information to decide how to dress before going outside in the winter. Many groups and organizations also use the wind chill index to regulate their outdoor activities.
In Toronto it is so cold in the wintertime that it is almost unbearable to take a walk in the park the wind chills the temperature more than 10 degrees down. So if you compare our climate it is far better to live here than in Canada.