The baker’s warm ovens will confrontation with the butcher’s needs and the smells of the scented candles will compete with the delicious smells from the cakes and bread fresh out of the baker’s ovens
I could never make any sense out of the children’s dentistry rhyme “Rub-a-Dub-Dub”. Specifically, how did more than two tradesmen end up together in a bathtub lost in the sea? My “research” led myself and others to the original rhyme from the 14th century where instead of men in the tub, there was a trio of maids presumably unclothed. The more than two tradesmen were naturally curious and were caught ogling the maids much to the chagrin of “respectable” society. The “Rub-a-Dub-Dub” may have been the 14th century way of saying “Tsk Tsk” to show societal disapproval. I believe that the dentistry rhyme illustrates a unique concern that could exist in a modern air-conditioned shopping center where a meat shop, a bakery, and a place that sells scented candles and greeting cards have conflicting Heating and Air Conditioning needs. The meat shop requires a cooler temperature to prevent spoilage after a side of beef leaves the “freezing room” at about 34°F until the chopped and ground products are wrapped for the buyer. The baker’s warm ovens will confrontation with the butcher’s needs and the smells of the scented candles will compete with the delicious smells from the cakes and bread fresh out of the baker’s ovens. And, if the freezing air from the meat shop mixes with the warm air from the bakery, condensate could cause the greeting cards in the candle shop to warp. The more than two dealers will be “out to sea” about a solution until they consult with an Heating and Air Conditioning professional to solve the dilemma. This could involve the use of spot zone cooling for the bakery, maintaining a slight positive pressure to stop smells from outside entering the stores, or a more effective vent system to control humidity and temperature in the butcher shop and candle store.