On a Radical Method of Lowering Heating Bills During the Coldest Month of the Year
In which The Gay Recluse would like to think “outside the box.”
Heating bills keep getting higher and higher, and despite global warming, there are days when it’s still very, very cold. Freezing air rushes through open windows, and we wonder: what can we possibly do about it? Any complex problem would seem to require an equally complex solution, and one that is beyond the ability of one person to solve. Perhaps, then, we should form a committee? Sigh. If only everything wasn’t so complicated.
Our apartment building on the coldest day of the year. We’re freezing and heating bills are high, yet what can we possibly do about it?
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