On Tue, 08 Jul 2014 23:03:36 -0700, Cydrome Leader
I used to think they were just for making flies avoid the room, and kept
envisioning people in a smoke filled room sitting around a table covered
in green felt playing cards, etc.
But, after finally trying one, I see the advantage in 'low humidity'
conditions. Makes the air 'seem' cooler and doesn't stuff the pockets of
the ultities firms.
I spent a year in Germany while in the USCG. There was a bar that we
frequented where the (German) owners weren't really fans of the German
army. Every now and then one of them would come of the back room carrying a
fancy toilet, with some beautiful artwork painted on it. Inside the toilet
there was pickelhaube filled with...what else...pickles! They would walk
around giving out free pickles to the patrons.
On Thursday, July 10, 2014 7:17:00 PM UTC-4, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Why are those two your only options? Like Brian, I have no problem
setting a comfortable temperature. If it's too humid, I've never
had conditions where lowering the thermostat 2 degrees didn't fix
it and result in a comfortable temperature. If it's 80+ and humid
outside, the AC runs enough so that humidity isn't a problem. If
it's cooler and the AC isn't running, lowering it a degree or two
to run the AC for a bit lowers both the humidity and the temp and
it's comfortable, because it's the combined effect that we feel.
You must live in some unusual conditions.
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