I think the problem with your A/C unit is the location. It appears to be located in an unbearable hell-hole
Yeah, but on the other hand.
Come Oct/Nov....I'll be wearing shorts outside for Thanksgiving and enjoying the weather while much of the US is indoors freezing their asses off already...so, like anything, I guess it is a trade off.
Note, too: you completely ignored my procedural point.
I presume I am not one of the "usual suspects" - or if I am, you are getting no pleasure from me.
Oh, I already have, baby.
Furthermore your constant state of goalpost-moving - particularly the fact that you are able to support your team in part but anyone of any other team must support their team 110% of the time - is again noted.
Is that like when you try to typecast #OccupyResoluteDesk to "conservative", or do you have some other meaning in mind?
That sounds to me like you have a badly undersized unit. Its also possible that something isn't working right
No, I just had it checked, is a good system, etc.
It is just THAT fucking hot down here, and humid. A lot of the AC time on is to dry the air out in the house.
I like to keep the temp about 74F during the day time I"m here, and about 72F at night to sleep. That's comfy to me.
But it gets HOT here at the end of April usually, and we don't even start to get breaks in the heat and humidity till about mid Oct I think....
1) They built houses that were passively cooled
2) Linen. Try it.
Well, I've been in a LOT of #1 type houses here (they still have 100's of year old homes here, and it still ain't cool enough.
And even wearing linen...single layers are still too hot, much less the many layers they seemed to have worn then.
I"m just guessing they were a LOT tougher than we are now.