Popsicle

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My car told me it was 36° on the way home from dropping Anna off tonight.

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I’m not entirely sure I’m in California. Did I bring Chicago back with me?

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      • I remember the first time I got to use my ice scraper in San Diego. People were so confused as to why I had one – but I’m from Nor Cal and so was the car! I grew up pouring water (reg. inside temp water, not hot water) on our windshields to get rid of a layer of frosty ice. Yes yes, pouring hot water is bad, but inside temp water seemed to work just fine with no ill effects. Anyways, I think the first time I got to use my ice scraper in SD was in 2004.

      • I remember the first time I got to use my ice scraper in San Diego. People were so confused as to why I had one – but I’m from Nor Cal and so was the car! I grew up pouring water (reg. inside temp water, not hot water) on our windshields to get rid of a layer of frosty ice. Yes yes, pouring hot water is bad, but inside temp water seemed to work just fine with no ill effects. Anyways, I think the first time I got to use my ice scraper in SD was in 2004.

      • I remember the first time I got to use my ice scraper in San Diego. People were so confused as to why I had one – but I’m from Nor Cal and so was the car! I grew up pouring water (reg. inside temp water, not hot water) on our windshields to get rid of a layer of frosty ice. Yes yes, pouring hot water is bad, but inside temp water seemed to work just fine with no ill effects. Anyways, I think the first time I got to use my ice scraper in SD was in 2004.

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