Brazil, Hawai'i, and Honduras (Roatan)I must say though, some tropical beaches are absolutely gorgeous. When we went to Hawaii last summer, we went to this one beach that wasn't good for swimming because there was too much sharp igneous rock on the beach/in the water, but it was fantastically beautiful:
Yeah I hate the car ride home of wearing clothes that feel like they are made of sand paper. The one time I went to the beach and stayed in a near by hotel the shower had NO water pressure and I couldn't get the sand off anyway.And you get sand in your bathing suit. That's just not fun.
Sure there's appeal to it (for certain people, not the average FGirian it seems)People like beaches because it's fun to play in the water, easy to get a nice tan, full of good looking people if you are at the right beach, possibly has surfing/snorkeling/scuba, and maybe a game of beach volleyball or sandcastles if you are a kid.
Yup sounds like the beach really sucks. Just because you don't like something doesn't mean there is no appeal to it.
You need to leave the lab and get out more......like, ALOT moreLOLOLOLOLOLOL
So I'm doing periodograms to see if there are any periodic variations in a set of my data. Right now I'm using "Test data" aka a sine curve and all that and I have to get it done soon, otherwise I won't ahve anything with regards to this for the lab meeting.
So, the other person who's working on this sort of thing is Natalie, my labmate. Sarah is also here, but she's not working on it. I wanted to know how long the time interval was that she input, so I loudly yell
"Hey! How long is your period?"
I get darker, not really tan but a deeper more black coffee kinda brown. Also the darker you skin the better you muscles look, and I didn't get jacked all winter to not be shirtless on a beach. In fact I have a nice Saturday planned at the beach with a few beers, some grilling and a little sand football.
Not all of them are great (I really don't like Redondo beach... haha, that place is kinda gross) but most of them are pretty amazing. Maybe it's just location as to why I enjoy the beach, I've lived near Los Angeles my entire life.ITT: Lots of people butthurt about having shite beaches in their 'hoods hatin' on nice beaches elsewhere.
What's so awesome about the beach? The sun, the temperature, the wind, the water, the sand, the girls in bikinis, and the atmosphere. I'm sure I've omitted a few other awesome characteristics, but this is a pretty fair summary of why I adore Los Angeles (and Southern California in general).
Of course, if you don't like those things on their own, chances are the beach won't work for you. Sounds like a personal problem. (And if you continue trash-talking the default vacation setting for most people you're no better than Cowboy's idiotic coworker. )