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Teddy Roosevelt’s diary from the day his wife and mother passed away within hours of one another.
I think so. The correct way to refer to how you feel is “mir ist …” (mir ist kalt/warm/heiß). And the correct way to ask someone is “ist dir …”
So it looks like they are teasing you a little.
However, I’m not completely sure whether “bist du kalt/warm?” could be common in some parts of Germany (among dialect speakers). Where I come from, for example, people don’t use the correct phrasing but say “ich habe kalt/warm” (I have cold/warm) and ask “hast du kalt/warm?” (do you have cold/warm?). I grew up at the French border and so our local dialect is influenced by the French language. That’s why the sentence structure is copying the correct French phrase (avoir froid/chaud - “avoir” means “to have”).
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Matt Summers of SHARK ATTACK playing probably the best set I’ve ever seen. Within 5 minutes the band did three originals, covered “Chunks,” and got in multiple fights between members (the bassist took his guitar off and swung it at Matt’s face, the drummer kicked his crash stand into Matt which sliced open his leg), and concluded by breaking up on stage. Bard College Annendale-on-Hudson, NY, Spring ‘00
the harmful trans agenda. with such ideals as ‘using the bathroom’ and ‘being respected as a human’
"not getting murdered" and "employment and compensation commensurate with their skills"