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Christin L. says ...
Being super sweaty runs in my family, and these Texas Summers make for some super sweat!! I would love to cool off with some tea! :D
07/28/2010 5:23:49 PM CDT
hank says ...
i'm thirsty
07/28/2010 5:23:53 PM CDT
Kathy says ...
I need that good ole tea to keep me hydrated in this blazin hot weather in new orleans!
07/28/2010 5:24:04 PM CDT
Stefanie says ...
Until you have lived in Arizona during monsoon season, you do not know what HOT is! It is brutal! Iced tea is the only thing I can drink, besides water. Last week I was pumping gas and my metal sunglasses gave me a second degree burn. Not a joke. I had a blister on my nose! I have also received burns from the metal on my seatbelt, the leather seats in my car and the steering wheel. I actually have oven mitts in my car so when I get in it I dont burn my hands on the steering wheel. Its awesome! But the monsoons are awesome with the lightening and thunder and random rain storms so I wouldnt move if you asked! :)
07/28/2010 5:24:10 PM CDT
Nioaka says ...
It's sooooo hot in Fair Oaks, CA because we are in the middle of summer and I can't get to a pool! This weather makes you want to stay inside, but with a nice bottle of tea, I can do ANYTHING! I deserve to win because I love tea. I've never tried the 365 Everyday Value Organic tea, but I would LOVE to try them, especially the Peach Oolong, I wouldn't even need a pool that sounds refreshing enough as it is! I've always stuck with the bad stuff, gear me toward the best stuff!
07/28/2010 5:24:46 PM CDT
Jen says ...
It's not hot here in the Colorado mountains (high of 82 so far this year!), but that doesn't mean that my family doesn't enjoy a cold glass of ice tea while sitting on the deck watching the chipmunks steal all of the bird seed.
07/28/2010 5:25:04 PM CDT
Morag says ...
I live in las vegas where there is little humidity and the low is around 85 degrees. I volunteer at the springs preserve where i take care of plants watering weeding and transplanting them and it is often around 114 degrees when i am there. I also am in training for the lv marathon. So it is pretty obvious i need to stay hydrated and what better way than 365 organic teas. Fabulous i am going to try all the unsweetened types. Cheers mad moaning morag
07/28/2010 5:25:06 PM CDT
Maria says ...
Training for a 5K....could use some of this yummy tea to stay hydrated while working out in South Florida!!
07/28/2010 5:25:08 PM CDT
Carole Collum says ...
The sound of the cicadas, rising temperatures and humidity confirm the time of year - July, the midst of the summer and I am thirsty - so is everyone else in my family. A case of 365 Organic Tea would be oh so cool!!!!!!!!!!!!
07/28/2010 5:25:11 PM CDT
molomatic says ...
We're having a hot week in Portland, OR! Since we are cloudy most of the year we aren't used to the heat. A big sip of cold ice tea would sure taste good right now! Thanks!
07/28/2010 5:25:28 PM CDT
Gary Cohen says ...
I don't know why it's so hot here. I know it has something to do with Al Gore. There's a field of corn across the street from my house. It got so hot that all of the corn popped right on the stalk. a bunch of crows saw the popped corn and thought it was snow and froze to death. That story is completely untrue. But I hope it was entertaining. Because I'm hot and thirsty.
07/28/2010 5:25:39 PM CDT
Faleen says ...
Well today isnt quite as hot as it had been over the weekend. My central air gave up functioning this past Saturday while the temps outside had a heat index of over 100. I have a repair contract with a local LARGE company with the extra designation of 'priority' due to health reasons. They promised to be here Saturday and suggested that wait for the repairman. I did, called numerous times Saturday, Sunday "he is coming". Finally Monday when i called again he did show up. Take my word for it, i dont know how we all survived when i was a child and only had a small fan, let alone central air. Keep your fingers crossed for me that the unit holds out. Thank you.
07/28/2010 5:25:53 PM CDT
Heather says ...
I just quit drinking a little over a month ago so I need fun non-alcoholic beverages to drink. Thanks!
07/28/2010 5:25:53 PM CDT
Tracey Byram says ...
I live in the deep south. Alabama to be exact. Alabama during the summer is just another name for hell. It is HOT down here. Tea is all I drink besides water, year round. No self respecting southerner doesn't drink tea. Of the iced variety. And I'm out of tea. I need tea.
07/28/2010 5:26:08 PM CDT
Allyx says ...
What a hit this tea was at a party I had in hot Oklahoma. Guests loved it.
07/28/2010 5:26:46 PM CDT
Shanon says ...
It has been so hot and humid in Chicago and iced tea is the best for hot humid days!
07/28/2010 5:26:53 PM CDT
Lorraine says ...
It is soooo hot where I am (NC) because it is summertime, and it is supposed to be hot this time of year. I should win a case of organic tea because I am on a tight budget, and cannot afford organic products most of the time. Plus, I really love tea!Thanks!
07/28/2010 5:27:04 PM CDT
Christina Kostock says ...
I am a firm believe in the power of tea!!!
07/28/2010 5:27:17 PM CDT
Katrina says ...
Tell why it is hot in Texas in the summer....it is Texas! Ha! Plus ice tea in Texas is a requirement to survive the 100 plus summer temps. Green tea, black tea as long as you have ice you are good to go!
07/28/2010 5:27:32 PM CDT
Mignon T. says ...
I live in Dallas and regularly frequent the Lakewood Whole Foods. In fact I stopped by after work for the 2 for $5 pizza slice deal. It is SO HOT here in Dallas! I go to the gym during lunch and take a quick shower afterwards. By the time I walk out the doors of the gym and get to my car...Let's just say no shower was neccessary! Ah! Tea will surely help in this heat! Thanks Whole Foods!
07/28/2010 5:28:16 PM CDT
Nancy says ...
Mint Green Tea! Yum!!
07/28/2010 5:28:56 PM CDT
Elijah Gateless says ...
According to my calculations there I more solar radiation now than at any point in human history. I need to win the tea so I have something to drink when solar storms knock out the electrical grid. Ooh my
07/28/2010 5:30:21 PM CDT
Tammy Greer says ...
It's Southern Ca and it's always "HOT" here if you know what I mean. I want this case of tea because everyone in my family just loves it!!!! LuckyTJG@cs.com
07/28/2010 5:31:03 PM CDT
Debra says ...
I love living in Michigan because the summers typically do not get too hot. This summer however has been a different story; we haven't had many breaks in the heat or humidity! I am a runner and would love to cool down with a refreshing glass of Whole Food's organic iced tea!
07/28/2010 5:31:17 PM CDT
Victoria C. says ...
Well, we have had record breaking heat and high humidity here in the Washington DC metro area. It is so hot that a local car dealership baked cookies on the dashboard of a few of their cars as a publicity stunt! I could really use the tea to keep the family well hydrated - they all love iced tea, and I know they would really like the Mint Green Tea!!
07/28/2010 5:31:29 PM CDT

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