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January 28, 2011


Terry Cowgill

Come to think of it, Tim, that might have been the same night as your -32 reading at Millbrook School. Was it the winter of 1978-79?

Terry Cowgill

-40 one January night in Sherbrooke, Quebec, in 1979. You probably know this, but -40 is where the C and F scales come together. -40 is -40. A bunch of us went outside to take a leak and see if our pee would freeze.

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