[Greenbuilding] low flow shower heads
9watts at gmail.com
Fri May 13 14:59:20 PDT 2011
Fair enough. Though now I am imagining you listening at the bathroom door
while your guests are showering to catch any interruptions in flow.
My experience is that habits (and I'd consider showering behavior to be very
much habitual) are not the kind of thing everyone experiments with,
interrogates, is inclined to think of as mutable. But at the same time I
don't think this means folks can't come around, or learn to
like/defend/champion a new habit or device or practice. Some folks are into
experimenting, others might take their time, still others wouldn't be caught
dead doing anything different than they always have (according to his
autobiography, Woody Allen must cut his breakfast banana into exactly seven
pieces). I think some of use here are misinterpreting the observed behavior
of the middle category--those who wouldn't be likely to try out your shower
valve on the first or second opportunity while engaging in their shower
practice in your bathroom--as disinclined to experiment because they don't
immediately embrace it, or try it out.
On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 2:49 PM, Steven Tjiang <steve at tjiang.org> wrote:
> You're right. My claim is anecdotal but I have no reason to believe my
> claim isn't true.
> Every person who has ever showered in my former house when I had a "navy
> shower" button has not used it. Zip! NOBODY! NADA! NOT A SINGLE ONE and
> they did know about the purpose. So this is in the tens of people. It's not
> good to lecture you guests and family so I did not push it any further.
> ---- Steve (KZ6LSD)
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