It's not often in the army that you get to shoot big ass guns in a t-shirt. This was shortly after a MK19 live-fire range in Kuwait and the thermometer showed 159 in the shade. "But it's a dry heat", my ass.
seriously?159 in the shade?ouch!i dont get whats so "holy" about the desert,and why they fight to control sand and rocks.
doesn't feel any hotter than 120 or so. I really think 120 is the point at which it's just fucking hot, and I can't tell any temp difference from there.
I know the feeling.... when I was in Boznia, we had a day that was -17 with out wind chill... I think once it gets to a certian stage, it's fukkin cold. Any little bit more don't matter till you lose body parts.
never been much over 120,but i know once its hot its hot,you just kinda cant tell its hotter because your brain is cooking in your scull like a poached egg.when i was in alaska for a while a few years ago our warm day was 20 and usualy way colder, that didnt seem too bad either.