2013-09-25 / Op-Ed

QUESTION OF THE WEEK

Have you turned your heat on yet? What is the breaking point for you to turn it on?
By Dee Menear


Tim Norton of Kingfield: “Nope, we aim for Halloween.” Tim Norton of Kingfield: “Nope, we aim for Halloween.”

Sam Charles of Farmington: “No, we will start a fire when we get cold.” Sam Charles of Farmington: “No, we will start a fire when we get cold.”

Jim Cockerham of Freeman: “Yes, we turned it on one morning because we were cold but turned it off 30 minutes later because it was too hot.” Jim Cockerham of Freeman: “Yes, we turned it on one morning because we were cold but turned it off 30 minutes later because it was too hot.”

Ellie Stewart of Kingfield: “No. We will turn it on when it is so cold it is a struggle to get out of bed.” Ellie Stewart of Kingfield: “No. We will turn it on when it is so cold it is a struggle to get out of bed.”

David Coburn of Salem: “No, I go by the 30/30 rule. When it is 30 degrees out day and night the heat comes on.” David Coburn of Salem: “No, I go by the 30/30 rule. When it is 30 degrees out day and night the heat comes on.”

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