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What do you usually have your thermostat set at during the day when at home in the winter?

  1. 65 or below
  2. 65-67
  3. 68-69
  4. 70
  5. 70-plus
 
 
 
 
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bushandcheneylied

Dec-21-13 6:43 PM

Takk,Turn your thermostat up to 100 then you get a bigger number.You rightwingers were never good with numbers and math or science.

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takkak

Dec-21-13 2:49 PM

Nay Sayin? Just stating fact. How many places in America can you experience over a 100 difference just going outside and coming back in. I never stated that was bad or good, it's your thinking that made it so.

Vote NO, again and again, Period.

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TheDiogenist

Dec-21-13 1:37 PM

So takkak's contribution to the rest of society can be summed up as nay-saying. Again and again.

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EarlyBird

Dec-21-13 12:54 PM

takkak... ND would be a great place for the men and women who will someday work in space to train for working in the cold. -8 and rising!

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73Hockey

Dec-21-13 12:47 PM

At the rate the utilities prices are jumping I am going to have to turn the heat down to 50!

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takkak

Dec-21-13 12:22 AM

So fun going from -40 to 70, only a 110 degree jump going from outside to inside.

Vote NO, again and again, Period.

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MarkHighwater

Dec-21-13 12:15 AM

Looks like the libs are winning this one ;)

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