I hate when people jump to conclusions and they don’t give a person time to respond or even look into the reason why things happen. I wonder why people can’t have more patience. I also wonder why they don’t look for the truth before they decide on how to react. Recently I had that happen to me. I knew there was a problem with our air conditioner. I wasn’t exactly sure what was wrong, but I could hear an odd noise coming from it. My husband didn’t hear the noise, but he told me that I should call the HVAC company if I was so sure that there was something wrong. At least he believed in my ability to know when there was a problem. I called the HVAC company and I told them about the problem I had noticed. The technician was nice enough when I first called. As I told him about the noise and that I thought there was a problem in the compressor he became a bit standoffish. He eventually asked me if my husband was at home. I was really angry that he asked me to put my husband on the phone. I called my husband and told him what was going on. He started to laugh, but he talked to the HVAC tech. He told him that if he had a question, then he should talk to me. I was the one who knew about the air conditioning. He wasn’t a mechanic. The HVAC tech was less objective when I got back on the phone and he told me that he was sorry. He finally told me that he thought I was right in my assessment of the air conditioner.