Times sure are tough

After my neighbor plus I talked about the severe air temperature control conundrum occurring in my local business district, we made the choice to help

I’m more and more distraught about the state of the world as these strenuous afternoons and weeks go on. I can’t guess that it’s been nearly a month of social isolation, plus there are still companies plus cities that are bustling with activity. It seems entirely crazy to myself and others that people still are not heeding the warnings of health experts, scientists, plus government officials plus parking their rear ends on the couch. I can realize that there are many companies who are trying to keep their doors open for the sake of keeping their employees paid. In fact, I was speaking to my neighbor Last week about a long list of companies in the historic district that have not closed their doors, but their main motivation is to continue supplying a paycheck to their employees, even though this strenuous economic time, then blessedly, the shops have been hit so damn hard that they are not able to offer sufficient heating, cooling, plus ventilation to their employees. Inside these dedicated workers are reporting to the shops everyday where they endure ungodly heat plus humidity. The outdoor temperature is extremely uncomfortable at this time. The daily daylight hastily increases our air temperature every damn day until it’s 90-something degrees. The incessant humidity is in helping with our relative heat index. To hear that desperate employees are still reporting to open shops where they have no ventilation, cooling unit, or humidity control entirely breaks my heart. After my neighbor plus I talked about the severe air temperature control conundrum occurring in my local business district, we made the choice to help. Every one of us donated money to cover the costs of their yearly bills, plus enabled the shops to turn on their cooling systems for the first time in weeks. It’s still a very hard time to be laboring, however at least their employees won’t be dropping from heat stroke.

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