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Mike S. says ...
It's too hot to write a story! But I'd like to be in the contest.... :)
07/28/2010 5:35:26 PM CDT
Maria says ...
It's so hot here because it's been in the triple digits on & off, mostly on, for the past 2 weeks. I could use a cool refreshing drink right now.
07/28/2010 5:35:47 PM CDT
Carol says ...
New England this SUMMMMERRRRRR=========scorcher/hot/humid...need to cool off!!! YEA TEA
07/28/2010 5:35:53 PM CDT
Colleen says ...
Love ice cold iced tea...can't wait to try this!
07/28/2010 5:35:59 PM CDT
Janice says ...
It's so hot in Cary North Carolina! My kids are getting off the school bus sweating so much their hair is wet.. yuck.. Some iced tea would be nice as an after school refreshment.
07/28/2010 5:36:29 PM CDT
Greg says ...
I've been in Cushendall, Northern Ireland for 12 days - it's been about 65F with rain or mist nearly every day and I am in heaven and fully acclimated...but I'm coming back home to Boulder in early August. I'm the canary in the mineshaft insofar as heat is concerned and I'll need to dowse my inferno and hydrate to adapt to 7% humidity and hideous thermal conditions. Winning ice tea would be a panacea...er...panatea for my dilemma. HOT HOT HOT.
07/28/2010 5:36:45 PM CDT
Darlene Greenwood says ...
Hi everyone, It is REALLY hot here for me in Delaware, Ohio because I live in a Condo community WITHOUT a pool!! And, I chose to clean out my garage this summer, thinking that it wouldn't be so hot. But, now that I've started this project, I can't stop because my boyfriend offered to help me apply Epoxy to the garage floor. Of course, we're going to wait until it is cooler than 85 degrees to do that....but, I need some healthy iced tea now to revive me!!! In the meantime, I should have a really clean garage by Fall! Darlene in Delaware, OH
07/28/2010 5:37:21 PM CDT
Katie Fix says ...
It's very hot here in Nebraska. It's topped out over 90 degrees the last week, with sticky humidity. It feels suffocating when I open the front door, almost as if walking into an oven would be a better choice. However, it's also too hot to take my 6mo daughter to the pool, as she's still young enough that the heat would get her before the water got her cooled. I need some good cold tea to cool me down!! It would be great to set an example for her to see that Mommy drinks healthy, boosting antioxidant power with each sip!!
07/28/2010 5:37:22 PM CDT
Anthony says ...
i frickin love tea, Im sure this is excellent tea but have never tried it! me want some samples :)
07/28/2010 5:37:52 PM CDT
Q. Millerossi says ...
It's hot in NYC. Even air temps don't reflect the gummy air here, steamed into the top layer of skin by reflected heat off concrete, steel, and glass, and millions of ACs, pumping hot air out. But the capper is the subway. Descending each step the heat goes up, until you stand on the platform of pain, with hundreds of other hot people, melting at the edges. I'm from Oregon. A case of iced tea might just take the edge off my clawing, desperate need to flee this city in the summer.
07/28/2010 5:38:09 PM CDT
Claire says ...
Portlanders are not used to being hot and parched. Without a spot of iced tea, we may melt!!! Please send it asap!
07/28/2010 5:38:27 PM CDT
Linda Maynard says ...
Record heat here in the south............high, high humidity......air conditioner just can't keep up.......whew, humidity and skeeters thicker than molasses. Sure am sweltering here in NC. Need something cold to drink......Hmmmm, nothing better than some refreshing, cold iced tea. MMM MMM. Dripping sweat just thinking about it.
07/28/2010 5:38:39 PM CDT
Judy says ...
Holy Moly, Ole, Ole!!! Me on fire...I'm feelin hot,hot, hot here in this cramped office. AC is busted, and I need a supercharged cooler. I promise I'll share the case of tea with the other melting employees. Phew!
07/28/2010 5:38:47 PM CDT
Deneen says ...
I am in Philadelphia and we have had our 6th heat wave of the summer with more to follow. I could use a refreshing case of tea to quench my thirst.
07/28/2010 5:38:57 PM CDT
Shawna R says ...
Well....when it hits 100 in Denver, CO....that's pretty steamy :)
07/28/2010 5:39:04 PM CDT
Haley says ...
I am visiting my parents in South Georgia. It is hot, it is humid, and one step outside provokes sweat and lots of it. The only good thing is that after an unseasonably cold winter, the bugs aren't biting! Hey, down here, you take what you can get. Some nice, refreshing tea would sure help to rehydrate myself!
07/28/2010 5:39:25 PM CDT
Jamie says ...
I deserve to win this tea because its sooooooooooo hot in here in crazy Manhattan and because I spend hours each week shopping at WHole Foods!!!
07/28/2010 5:39:37 PM CDT
Amy says ...
I'm a Texas girl and we survive on iced tea during our summers there. Now, I live Northern California where it doesn't really get that hot but no one seems to drink iced tea here! Heathens!!!
07/28/2010 5:40:04 PM CDT
John says ...
It's the Detroit area -- and it's not just HOT -- it's HUMID -- and we still have the furnace that came with this house -- built in 1952 -- WITHOUT air conditioning AND we've torn apart the kitchen this summer -- and ripped down walls -- and we're still "mudding and sanding" -- so we can't have the ducts cleaned YET -- so we can't get the NEW furnace that will come WITH air conditioning! We need RELIEF -- and that tea would HELP!!
07/28/2010 5:41:02 PM CDT
Kathleen says ...
I was just telling my boyfriend two weeks ago that I wish they made affordable unsweetened iced tea in bottles so I could bring them to work. This is awesome! I'm excited :D
07/28/2010 5:41:30 PM CDT
Sheila Freedle says ...
Why is it soooo hot where I am? I'm in Houston, TX...'nuff said! Nothing is as refreshing as a nice, tall, cold, iced tea on the hot, humid days we suffer through here in Houston. I think I should win this case of tea mainly because I am unemployed. Heck - I'm even willing to SHARE my tea with other unemployed folks (Perhaps you had better make that TWO cases?? LOL). Seriously, I am unemployed and it would be wonderful to have a free case of tea during this hot time of need! Help...I'm thirsty and broke!! Oh, yes...if you care to employ me, I'm available. :)
07/28/2010 5:42:04 PM CDT
Sara Lattanzia says ...
I live in Maryland where this summer we have been sweltering in record high temps. I manage my son's swim team and spend each and every weekday morning sweating my buns off at the pool watching practice for 2 hours. Every Saturday I wake up bright and early at 6am and get ready for swim meets, where I stand in the sun for another 5-6 hours. So far this summer I have been diagnosed with heat exhaustion twice and alas...no iced tea to be found. Not fun. But so worth it to see the kids get excited about swimming! Iced tea is just what I need to cool off while cheering on the team! And a full case means plenty to share! Nothing better than 365 Organic tea. perfectly refreshing and perfectly good for you!
07/28/2010 5:42:14 PM CDT
Josh says ...
It's not an east coast scorcher here in Portland, Oregon but it's still hot enough that sitting under some shade until the PM hours turn to double digits is pleasant and often necessary. A cool, refreshing gulp of organic tea would sure help the lazy afternoons/evenings!
07/28/2010 5:42:18 PM CDT
Amanda says ...
Okay, so I live in Michigan and it's not usually all that hot...but should that preclude a tea-drinker like me from enjoying an ice cold bottle of the stuff? I think not ;).
07/28/2010 5:42:42 PM CDT
Eva says ...
Whole Foods ROCKS! Can't wait to try these tasty teas!
07/28/2010 5:42:43 PM CDT

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