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    what is normal room temperature

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    Our power company has advertisements in the summer recommending 78 degrees F.   They think 68 degrees F is best in wintertime.  They are also raising our utility rates 2.9% .   I wonder if I will get a pay increase to go along with that?  Oh, and the cost of food has gone up about 10%, so I'll need a raise to compensate for that.  Fuel for my car and repairs/maintenance is costing a good 15% more, and my rent went up 10%, not to mention my internet/TV service increased 8%.  Let's see, put all that together, and, just to break even, I'll need about a 48% pay raise.  Oh, that's not going to happen?   

    ROMOS

    Better f*****g believe it, not going to get any better anytime soon either...R.

    I think 72 degrees F. Humidity counts too. 40-60% is normal

    98.7

    Colleen

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    That's body temp, not room temp.
    ROMOS

    I thought it was 98.6,won,t argue over something so small though,as the actress said to the Bishop.


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