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23rd August 2010

In most American homes constructed since the war, there would be central heat and air conditioning. In a lot of older ones, such as 1630 Revello, it would have been retrofitted.

But on the coast in California air conditioning is optional. I've worked in towns between SF and LA and never stayed in a house with air con. Even in LA and San Diego really hot days are rare and followed by cool nights. As you go even fifty miles inland, refrigerated air is not optional but a basic condition of human life.

So you can have it either way depending on your imagined location of Sunnydale. Have you reviewed Amends for definitive answers to the air con question? That was the only time it was hot at all in Sunnydale and it seemed quite special.

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