Fantastic bit from the good folks at KSK:
I love warm weather, even when it slouches toward humidity. I detest the harsh, slightly metallic quality of the air forced through even the fanciest AC systems.
Here’s another law for you folks out there. If the only thing left to bitch about in your life is this “metallic” quality of your air conditioning, then life is pretty solid. If you suddenly decide to become an air critic, demanding higher quality oxygen around you, as if it is an entrée being presented to you at Per Se, then you may be out of touch with other people.
Joe Klein made said complaint, and is almost certainly out of touch with other people since he wrote an entire column about how other people using air conditioning is bad because he personally likes it warmer. I mean, seriously? This, folks, is why people hate nanny staters. When they’re not busy writing about how much fat there is in their meatball sandwich/Oreo milkshake lunch, they’re busy complaining about other people being comfortable.
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