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Thursday, December 15, 2005
"When the thermostat knows we're both home, it almost has a nervous breakdown." Maryann and Morris Holender (that's his quote) are like a lot of couples: They fight over how warm the house should be. "He sets, she sets" (love that headline) is a funny look at a common conflict. What's it like at your house?