Counting on the Barnes & Noble & being disappointed because of a broken Heating & A/C unit

I haven’t had the best of fortune lately… My computer laptop screen broke & I had to buy another one, and the television I ordered online came in with a scratched screen, so I had to send it back. My financial aid for university was never processed, so I had to do it again; I also got charged a late fee. I have been going to the Barnes & Noble to use the computer because I could not use my laptop, while I was toiling in the Barnes & Noble the other afternoon, I observed it getting honestly warm. I took my blazer off thinking I was just changing to the temperature inside the Barnes & Noble; Even after I took off my blazer it was honestly warm. I was truly starting to sweat a little. I am not usually like this in the Barnes & Noble. I then heard one of the librarians telling people that their Heating & A/C unit had broken down & it would not be fixed for awhile. They were proposed to go somewhere else because it would get honestly moderate inside. I could tell because this was happening already. It was almost becoming unbearable. I had to leave. I had a lot of work to get done, although I couldn’t do it because now I had no PC. The Barnes & Noble was my best option. I know that libraries often do not make honestly much money. They should at least invest in standard service to avoid this. They could make more money by having people come into the Barnes & Noble, then not only is this an inconvenience for me, however now it is for other people too.

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