hehe thanks buddy, I have a ½ horse power, and that's kinda really useless actually it might go ok in a bird cage, but not in a room lol
What you need now is the strategic placement of fans. When our A/C went out a couple years ago, we cooled the whole house (1600 sq.ft.) with one window unit by placing fans at optimal places to circulate the cool (and most importantly DRY) air to the rest of the house. Keep the fans at the level of the A/C or a little below (because cool air sinks) at each exit point in the room with the A/C. Of course, keep all the windows drawn to keep out the sun, and turn off all electrical appliances that aren't absolutely necessary. If this just isn't cutting it, tack blankets up over the room exits and just keep the one room cool.
It's not a comfortable as central air, but it beats the alternative of doing nothing and just boiling in your own perspiration.