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Another Day in Paradise [Sep. 27th, 2010|03:44 pm]
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1) What is it about Fall that people absolutely adore?

2) Who is most likely to reach for a jacket the moment the air gets chilly?

3) Where do people like to go in the Fall especially?

4) Does anyone wish Summer lasted longer? Who does and why?

5) If you have an inner world, do the seasons match the outer world?
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[User Picture]From: underlankers
2010-09-26 01:21 am (UTC)
1) For our part-decent weather. Hataria is more like New Zealand than much of the USA in terms of climate. It's only in wintertime and late fall that Louisiana becomes semi-livable.

2) Not many. It doesn't get that cold in this part of the United States.

3) Not sure on this one.

4) A few. Mainly because it's one of the few times we have still to actually y'know, relax and be ourselves more.

5) LOL, no. Bizjarra is much closer to mid-Jurrassic Earth in terms of its season or lack thereof than it is to Pleistocene Earth. Our world has no ice-sheet continents or frozen oceans. Hence our climate has mainly a
"cold" season which has temperatures and set-ups on the big continents that have no true analogue in today's Pleistocene Climate.

The mere existence of the Arctic and Antarctic ice sheets give no clear-cut analysis. And yet because of geographic location and the currents of the "oceans" of Bizjarra Hataria Island still comes across as New Zealand-esque for the same reason Britain isn't as inviting a place to live as, say, the Yukon.

-Kanari-
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