Jul 3, 2012
There is a new law in Korea that all air conditioning can't be below a certain temperature. You notice it when you enter buildings. In America, when I enter a building, it is always sub zero. In the summer, I always bring a sweater with me because I know I will end up somewhere where the AC is turned down way too low. It makes no sense that I have to dress like it's winter just to be indoors. The money and energy savings alone is worth doing it. Plus it just feels better to be in normal temperatures. Why do Americans overdo everything. New York's mayor Bloomberg is passing a law to get people to try and stop drinking 10 gallons of sugared soda everyday. He's making it against the law to sell soda in a 5 gallon bucket. It makes such perfect sense, yet extremely ignorant people and Republicans still complain that their rights are being taken away. Maybe your rights need to be taken away because you have zero common sense. Maybe we should pass a temperature law too. It seems when we are aloud to self regulate the temperature of our own air conditioners, we get a failing grade. I read an article once, where people who rent and have their utilities included, love to leave their AC's on all day long even when no one is there. Seems they don't like to wait the 5 minutes it take to cool down the apartment when they get home. Even if they go away for the weekend or vacation, they leave it running the whole time. Bloomberg will be lowering everyone's AC temperature next.