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I make this rant every year since returning to the northeast from Florida.

I hate northern summers. Really do. Everybody in the north 'manages' their AC so that it comes on later or earlier in the day, or only after a certain temperature is hit, or maybe on some days but not others, particularly during a seasonal transition from spring to summer or summer to fall. Nobody does it properly like in Florida where they keep the AC on all day long every day . You never know when you're walking into a restaurant for a nice meal in Pennsylvania or New York in July if you're walking into a sauna because the manager's whim that moment might be to coast through the slow shift without AC.

The net result is that northern summers are far more uncomfortable and sticky than Florida ones. It's an irony I can't stand. Stay tuned next summer for an approximation of this rant.


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