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I have always said, ‘I can deal with cold by simply adding a layer but if you are too hot, in your shorts, there is not much you can do except get wetter...’ lol—I no longer acclimatize to heat so wind up wet with sweat at most any temp over 68 especially when humid. I can take up to about 80 if it is dry.
That's how I feel about it too. You can easily warm up, but when it's too hot, you can't cool down without the AC. A couple years ago I bought a dehumidifier, and when it's hot and humid, adding the dehumidifier while running the AC helps.
Of all the stupid decisions to be making!! Click on the timestamp and read the whole thread.
As a solar company, we are devastated to learn Trump has imposed a 30% tariff on solar panels virtually killing the solar industry. Solar employs more people than coal and oil combined. today's decision will cause the loss of roughly 23,000 American jobs this year.— Eugene Wilkie (@NOW1SOLAR) January 22, 2018