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Re: Just hot everywhere

> Chris, it's been 20 years since I persuaded my DH that the 
> computer had to have an air conditioner.  It just didn't run right
> in hot humid weather - my IBM guru said "If you're uncomfortable,
> your computer is uncomfortable, too."  We're talking about an
> IBM XT - you're too young to remember those, I know, but surely,
> being a computer geek and all, you must need to have air 
> conditioning for them.  Even the modern ones must react to
> environmental condition.  

Yeah, it would definitely be good for a bunch of stuff:

   My slides
   My stamp collection
   My electronics
   My old book collection
   Romeo :)

It would probably be good for the furniture, produce and lots of other
stuff too.  But is it $12,000 good?

I've been looking into mini-duct A/C as a cheaper option.  Since I have
radiant heat in the house there's no ductwork in the walls (well, there is,
but it's not useable -- long story).  Mini-duct uses small hoses that can
be fished between the wall studs, so there's a lot less work involved.
The cost could be as low as half ($6000).


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