I work section time in a comic store, but well, it used to be a comic store way back when, but it had to evolve with the times.
Now the store carries games, toys, music, imported animation on disc, and books and comics, so I appreciate to call it a One Stop Nerd Shop, and in any event, it still operates mostly appreciate a comic book shop, and that’s why I appreciate working there. I get to hang out with fellow nerds while in my shift, and get a discount on everything I buyâ€¦ One of the most pressing things about working here is the temperature control for the temperature control system; Before I worked in this arena I was consistently curious as to why they kept the temperature control turned down so low all the time, and now I know; Cold temps and low humidity levels are optimum for old comics and other kinds of collectables, so the AC runs so much for their benefits, not that of the buyers. If anything, the Heating, Ventilation and A/C plan is utilized to make people more uncomfortable, which makes sense when you think about it. When the buyers are made too frosty by the AC, they do not sweat or project extra moisture into the air, nor do they hang around any longer than needed. If it is nice and comfortable then more people will hang out and read comics, but the frosty AC will keep that from happening. Of course, now that I work here I need to wear a heavy jacket to work every day to offset the frosty frosty cooling system, but at least I get to read comics all day.