Monday, November 27, 2006

It was hot, or rather Orson thought is was hot, though he realized others may have felt differently about the matter, with heat being a relative term to begin with (Someone from Arizona might, in fact, think it cool weather), and it was humid, which makes you think it's hotter than it really is, and being a philosophy major, as Orson was, led him to doubt his own perceptions more than most would, and upon further thought he could think of no reason why he should necessarily trust his feelings of hotness enough to confidently make the statement that it was, indeed, hot; he could say, "I feel it is hot," but he could not bring himself to say, "It is hot;" in any case, it was 83 degrees, and you can judge for yourself whether or not it was hot.


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