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    • It is really fuckin hot i wouldnt need one
      alegit 22 jul
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    • cvandy 22 jul
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    • *laughs in Texan*
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    • Where my massholes at?
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    • Police: plz no more crime for rn Criminals: God damnit
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    • Tbh as a resident, I don’t see anyone outside.The land has become a barren wasteland of empty playgrounds and lonely wanderers who have lost their way home.While the day is dry and empty, night is gruesome.Humidity and big population increases dramatically.step outside you risk being eaten alive.
      Duckie 22 jul
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    • Mass G A N G wya
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    • *sigh* fine.
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    • Sheazo 22 jul
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      PorkSword 22 jul
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    • It’s fucking hot here, we aren’t used to this shit, bring back the several feet of snow please
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    • Actually it’s a scientific fact that more crimes are committed the hotter it is because heat makes humans irritated and etc.
      JiggIy 25 jul
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    • I a criminal will be stealing AC units
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    • I live in Mass, I'm getting hit with 90 for multiple days now and I feel like a dying rat in a desert but the desert is swampy and humid. And the hydration in the air is what is keeping my dehydrated body alive and it's just torturous without an air conditioner
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    • Honestly, I think the criminals would agree to that
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    • Clouthead 22 jul
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    • Heat wave's over on Monday my fellow massachusetts brethren
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    • Yo where my Massachusetts gang at.
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    • I live in Massachusetts, guess I can leave the doors unlocked tonight since crime is banned here.
      Obekomo 22 jul
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    • New England gang represent
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    • If you see someone with heat stroke symptoms: dizzy, nauseated, weak, clammy skin, overheating... Get them out of the heat/sun asap. Try to cool the body. Ice to wrists, neck. Cool towel on body. Hydrate them!! Gatorade or water or both. Please be careful. This heat isn't playing.
      TeamTFA 24 jul
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    • Drink water. Carry a bottle with you. Mind what surface your pet is walking on as to not burn the pads of their feet. Have water for them too. Wear thin light loose clothing. If you think you've drank enough water you haven't. Drink more. If you're really sweating a lot: Gatorade. Be safe
      TeamTFA 24 jul
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    • Thor on the left tho
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    • It’s funny cause hotter climate is usually correlated with higher crime rate. Something about higher than average heat making people more instinctive and violent. I don’t believe this has been proven yet but many studies agree.
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    • Funny thing is it worked, the town of Braintree MA had no arrests
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    • As a Masshole this is one of the most Mass things the cops could do
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    • It's really fukin hot here I mean we used to like -30 f but not this
      CanAManDo 22 jul
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    • Damn how many of us are in mass rn lmao
      Hyde 22 jul
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    • Lol I I live in Massachusetts and it's hot as a mother fucker here
      IcyClawZ 22 jul
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    • In the South, we get reminded every summer that asphalt has a liquid phase
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    • well we did it boys... crime is no more
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    • No prob, it’s too hot to sell all this cocaine and pimping all these hoes.
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    • The proper way to ask: "There will be no a/c in the jail and we are backlogged by five working days. Why do you think we're called 'THE HEAT?'"
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    • Sounds like how gun control logic works
      Eddiy 22 jul
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    • Well boys, we did it. Crime Rates are no more.
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    • I live in Rhode Island and I feel like I’m about to die if I go outside for more than 5 minutes
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    • Boston Guy: Fahck
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    • I doubt even the criminals wanna be out in the heat
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    • Mass aint used to heat like that. They probably listened lol
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    • Crime rate drops to 0%
      GameStop 22 jul
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    • IT IS 100 DEGREES OUTSIDE AND WE ARE A NORTHERN CLIMATE NORMALLY. WE AIN'T PREPARED FOR THIS SHIT. WE'RE USED TO FUCK TONS OF SNOW AND RAIN NOT THIS UNBEARABLE AUSSIE WORTHY WEATHER
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    • Crime is part of the economy
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    • The kitchen staff in the restaurant I work at were dipping rags in ice water and wearing them as hats all night Saturday. One of them passed out. The heat was a fucking nightmare, and I’m willing to bet we had it pretty mild compared to other people.
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    • Interestingly enough the rate of assault and other violent crimes tends to go up when it gets really hot outside
      Leedle117 22 jul
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    • Crime rate drops to 0%
      Morusek 22 jul
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    • I live in Massachusetts. My family had to call the police and I’m pretty sure they didn’t show up
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    • Well boys, we did it. Crime is no more
      preboop 22 jul
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    • Stop criming plz
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    • God, my state is so fuckin gay
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    • Proud to be a Bostonian
      CamO143 22 jul
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    • It was 100 degrees for 3 days. It doesn’t get that hot here usually so we can’t handle it.
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    • That was the Braintree police department lol
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    • The heat actually worsens crime rates, lmfao
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    • so asking a criminal not to do crime works?
      Titanic 25 jul
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    • As someone from Massachusetts this is most likely a real thing
      Polyndo 25 jul
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    • I heard a bunch of people died from heat strokes a week or so ago because it was just so fucking hot
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    • Haha I live in Boston ma , haha that’s me so relatable I know right!!! Hahaha 😂😂😱😱
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    • Statistics have shown that as the temperature goes up so does crime
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    • This is a perfectly reasonable request okay. Weather or not you like the police. There human beings who don't wanna drag your heat stroked ass back to his cruiser after you barely run 50 years to get away.
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    • I would do that. Man we all need a break and these fucking cops have to wear vests most of the time. That convenience store can wait till next week
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    • Because if a 300 pound cop is chasing you on foot in full uniform in 116° weather chances are you'll get away
      scup247 22 jul
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    • CNN: heat cause by the bad racist Americans way of life. Good Democratic liberals will take freedom away to save the planet
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    • Gun laws in a nutshell
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    • Just like how we ask criminals to stop using guns
      Doomshow 22 jul
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    • we did it boys, crime is no more
      hitsugi 22 jul
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    • i live in massachusetts and i can confirm that there actually hasnt been any crime in the past two days
      Funamii 22 jul
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    • It's too hot to break the law
      Mr_Yoink 22 jul
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    • To be fair you'd probably be hella hot in a ski mask anyway. On top of that running and/or carrying stolen shit is probably not gonna end well when it's 100+ outside
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    • Massachusetts is heaven. If you aint know you haven’t been to Louisiana
      KOmedic 22 jul
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    • They’re just trying to keep the criminals safe
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    • As a Massachusetts resident... gotta say they really aren’t asking for too much
      Zyroe 22 jul
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    • Climate change is just a myth bro, that's why it's 102 in Massachusetts dude
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    • Shit its hot out kets all take a break
      pyrof1re 22 jul
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    • Massachusetts gets hot?
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    • Criminals usually only commit crimes at night. If anything the heat wave is giving them incentive to do crimes at night because it will be colder
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    • I can confirm it’s hot as satans balls up here.
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    • Criminals:
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    • In Texas it’s 111 daily on a cold front😂😂
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    • Swiper no swiping
      LazerNip 22 jul
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    • Liberal logic
      doofglue 22 jul
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    • It was Burlington MA. And they didnt ask people not to commit crimes. They just said that "all crime is cancelled due to the heat"
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    • AZ the hottest state. @ me
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    • If they’re determined enough to do crime in this heat, then I say just let them go.
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    • I got the sauce for that here
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    • You know, it might work, no one likes the heat
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    • I mean in those black hoodies, they must be hot as hell.
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    • Thor thinks he’s hiding. I see you bitch
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    • They said it jokingly, they’re not idiots
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