Kajin wrote:Awesome. A/C is most definitely NOT a luxury in warm climates.
Ruan wrote:Kajin wrote:Awesome. A/C is most definitely NOT a luxury in warm climates.
Not necessarily a luxury even in cool ones... my trip to England/Ireland/Scotland many years back came right during the middle of a heat wave. Most places we went didn't have air conditioning at all, including the hotels. Most of the time by nightfall it cooled off enough that I could sleep, but there were a few days that I was stuck up most of the night unable to get to sleep because it was too hot in the room, even with the little fan I brought blowing as hard as a little fan could. There was at least one day where our choice of where to go for food was dictated by the fact we saw in big letters 'air conditioning here' on the window of the restaurant.
FreakyBoy wrote:There are very few laws regulating sick/vacation days, because there are no national allotments of sick/vacation days. In almost every instance, paid time off is a company perk, not a legal mandate.
caffeine wrote:If you think that 'I was uncomfortable without it' means 'it's not a luxury', then I think you need to look up the definition of 'luxury'.
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