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On Monday 26 August 2002 12:43 pm, justiceforfamilies wrote:
> I don't think climate considerations should be dismissed as off-
> handedly as I have heard from some members. It isn't a matter of some
> people wanting to be "comfortable" instead of freezing and starving
> for liberty. Climate has to be considered in terms of growing
> food/agriculture, heating costs, electric costs, transportation, etc.
> I am currently in MA, which is in New England and percieved as being
> cold, but is more moderate than Wyoming or the Dakotas, or even
> Nevada for that matter. I have no desire to go to Florida and
> sacrifice the beauty of New England to be warm all the time, and
> enjoy the four seasons ('specially when we get all four in the same
> day!), therefore I like a moderate climate for many practical
> reasons. Guess I could be the onle person who's ever called New
> England's climate moderate, though, but I meant it in comparison to
> other states being considered. nev
I have to agree. In addition, for some of us, it's not a matter of comfort,
it's a matter of health. For instance, in my family, there are two people
who, if living in a northern tier climate, or a high humidity climate (like
the Carolinas or Georgia) have no choice but to live within 30 minutes (max)
of the nearest emergency room. On the other hand, we have no trouble living
in a climate like that of New Mexico or Arizona. It's not a question of
comfort or preference - it's a question of living where the climate is not
going to kill us.
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