Heat Wave Continues, More People Seeking Shelter in Public Places

As the temperature rises this summer season, it is important to have a cool place to stay!

The current heat wave has found people seeking shelter in air-conditioned places like theaters and malls.

Movie theaters and shopping malls now have an influx of people seeking relief from the heat since it is the most convenient place to go if you don’t have your own working air conditioner at home. This hot weather has prompted people to go to movie theaters rather than staying at parks and beaches which we normally do during summer days. Cold beverages have also been in very high demand this summer.

So instead of going in movie theaters every day, why don’t more people buy (or maintain) air conditioners at home since it is good to hang out inside our own home than paying for a movie everyday and having an air conditioner is a really good investment during this hot summer days? What do YOU think?

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