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Temperature Guide by doctormo Temperature Guide by doctormo
When I moved to the USA I found that Americans are fanatical about everyone using their units, mostly I think because a lot of Canadians and British attempt to learn both metric and imperial. Americans tend to backlash against metric since the 70s.

So as a guide to myself I drew up this chart. It become popular in my office and I've printed it out several times. I think because of the bright colours.

So I'm posting it here.
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yourpersonaldoctor Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2008
I die anything over 90F. > 3<
No matter the humidity or the wind.
doctormo Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
I don't like the heat much, it comes from thinking too much I think ;-)

P.S. Do you not have a '°' symbol on your character pallet? (I love having access to all sorts of chars from my gnome bar) 2¢
ttocsmij Featured By Owner May 19, 2014
or for PC desktop users, ALT-0176 () does the trick right straight from the keyboard. Laptop users have to figure it out from the users manual since there doesn't seem to be any keyboard layout / activation standards there! LOL
doctormo Featured By Owner May 20, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
PC? Personal Computer? So Mac, Linux and Windows?
yourpersonaldoctor Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2008
Awe. xD

And I don't. D:
I guess I could have copy and pasted yours but I didn't think of it. > 3>;
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