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Tuesday, July 06, 2010


It's going to be 104 today, so i hear. Guess it's finally time to give up and turn on the AC. But why is it that setting the thermostat at 80 feels normal and comfortable? If I turned the heat up to 80 in the winter I'd be roasting! For winter, 67 or 68 feels about right. But if I were to turn the AC down that low right now I'd be freezing to death.

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Blogger sukipoet said...

at least you have A/C. I just have a few fans and I live within a metal structure with no trees around it.

7:04 PM  

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