I honestly don’t care about air quality

I used to look forward to black friday shopping every year.  My mother, daughter and I made it an annual tradition, and we’d take care of all of our holiday gift buying.  We enjoyed the excitement of finding great deals and spending the day together. However, we’ve finally given up and switched to shopping online from home.  We no longer fight the crowds, don’t need to bundle up against the weather and avoid the overheated mall. We simply got aggravated with spending the whole day carrying our heavy jackets and bulky packages and sweating profusely.  In my local area, the weather at the end of November is typically cold and snowy. It’s necessary to dress warm for the trip to the mall and long walk across the parking lot. Once we’d step inside the mall, the blast of the heating system was too much.  I understand the heating system needs to compensate for the continual opening of the door to the outside, but every store was overheated. Because there are so many supply vents, escaping the influx of hot air was impossible. It made for a very unpleasant and exhausting shopping experience.  With a small adjustment of the thermostat, the mall could be far more comfortable and welcoming. With the size and heating demand of the building, the energy savings would be incredible. Instead, the mall has lost our business. I prefer to stay at home, where I have control over the thermostat.  I set the heating system to the ideal temperature, shop while wearing pajamas, and the packages get conveniently delivered to my doorstep.

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