I recognize the north and south poles are the coldest places in the world, yet still, there are people who go there on purpose, but not me! I’ll stick right here, thank you undoubtedly much, and not have to worry about ice and snow storms that can bury you alive. I can hardly even sit to watch documentaries on TV about those places, it chills myself and others to our bones just looking at it. Some people live in igloos, houses of ice and snow, and I turn on the space heating system next to our bed if it ever dips below sixty degrees, however, how can people survive even one night in an igloo, by the way, how can you conserve heating enough to stay alive while surrounded by blocks of ice? But people do survive in igloos, so there must be some trick to heating that I am missing out on. If you bring in a fireplace, a furnace, or any kind of heating source into an igloo, wouldn’t it just begin to melt your ceiling and walls? In any event, the people who live in the snow can worry about how that works, I will stay inside where it is nice and toasty hot next to our heating air vent. My ancestors used to have to worry about how to stay hot enough to survive a Winter, so now that I have access to Heating, Ventilation, and A/C technology and can stay heated year round, I will never go back to the old ways!

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