I was just reading a prof's take on new students in recent years. They attack the syllabus as too demanding. Grad students are unable to write a declarative sentence. Intellectual curiosity is absent.
Back in PA I know for fact a former tenant still requires 30 to 45 minutes in the shower at least once and sometimes twice a day.
CFL bulbs were new to me until last year and took a bit of adjusting to. I like them now but we didn't make friends for a couple months.
No low flow because our plumbing is old and the landlord says he is "thrifty".
(we use another term)
Last evening a news segment pointed out the Pacific Northwest needs teachers who speak Marshalese, the language of the Marshall Islanders. Seems rising seas are forcing them to leave their homes for the US.
Lo-flo is here to stay but could use some central planning in areas like San Francisco. Hopefully engineering can address it's shortcomings.
Either way the issues raised while irritating are far from draconian. We broke it so we'll be the ones sacrificing to fix it. Indoor plumbing is barely 100 years old so it's not like we require a pulsating shower head to wash up.