Learning about power grids

Tonight my husband went out for chicken wings and beers with his friend Kevin. They try to go out at least once every couple of weeks, and they usually go to my husband’s favorite place. This restaurant is right down the street, and my husband loves it there. It’s one of those places where all of the waitstaff and bartenders know him and they yell out his name when he walks through the doors. So of course he likes going there. The other thing that he likes about it is the fact that he says that the place has the world’s best indoor air quality. He says that the air conditioning is never set too cold and that in the winter, the heating from the furnace isn’t ever set too hot. He knows the manager there pretty well and so he’s always bragging on the way that the guy knows how to set a thermostat. I laugh at him because it’s pretty funny to care so much about a restaurant’s heating and air conditioning issues. However, my husband says that other than the food and the service, indoor air quality is the most important thing of all at a restaurant. Once he mentioned that, I started thinking that maybe he was right. I remember going to a steak place once and the air conditioning was turned down so low that the entire place was freezing. I couldn’t even enjoy my meal because I thought it was so cold in there. And then there was another time that we went out to eat tacos and the interior of the restaurant had the furnace turned up so high that it felt like we were eating inside of an oven! So I guess that he’s right. Indoor air quality really does have a lot to do with the ambiance of a restaurant.