Cooking school issues

I have a friend named Joe. He likes to call himself “Chef Joe,” but he really should not do that. He is not actually a chef! He is just a guy who likes to eat a great deal. He enjoys eating so much, that he became interested in cooking the food he eats. Over time, he got very good at cooking. But he taught himself. He has no formal degree from a respected cooking school. Unfortunately, he has been charging people for cooking lessons at his school for a few years now. They are unaware they are being swindled. For one thing, he refuses to spend any money to design and install a professional air conditioning system in his cooking school. It is always about 90 degrees in that building. It is also way too humid in there. The amount of moisture in the air is unbearable. Most of the students have to attend classes wearing bikini swimsuits and mesh tank-top shirts. Otherwise they would faint from heat exhaustion. I am a NATE-certified HVAC technician. I offered to design and install a proper cooling system in his cooking school. I told him I would give him a discounted rate because we were friends. He chose instead to just use some cheap, inefficient window-mounted AC units, and box fans. He thinks they will create proper air circulation and reduce the humidity in his space. He is completely wrong. I wish he would take HVAC seriously. I am glad he is losing his business. You can’t teach cooking in a muggy room without a proper air conditioning setup.

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