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Re: Re: OT: to my friends

>  Have you considered a fan to circulate the air?
I'd be circulating 82 degree air around my office.
I only turned the air on for about 4 minutes during which time the temp in
her office went down 1 degree from 78 to  77.  I don't think I froze her


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Donna" <justme@prairieinet.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, December 17, 2003 8:58 AM
Subject: Re: Re: [CHAT] OT: to my friends

> Yipes, I would be screaming if someone turned on the a/c....:) Have you
considered a fan to circulate the air?
> One of my friends is always hot and sleeps with the windows open all
> year. Her husband woke up to stepping in a few inches of snow one
> day.... talk about an eye opener!
> My office is also a windowless room, but with all the metal file
> cabinets, desks, and stuff... it takes awhile for it to warm up. Owner
> turns the heat down for the night, so when I get here, it is 47 degrees
> in my office. I use a space heater till the furnace kicks in and heats
> the place up...
> But I do agree, if the temp is not right, production will be down..
whether it is too hot or cold....
> Donna
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Kitty
> > > idiots here at work who like to run the air conditioner in December.
> >
> > Well, Pam, you just described me, sort of.  Our weather in neIN
> > and althought today's high will only be the high 20s with no sun, a week
> > so ago it was low 50s and very sunny.  When it is sunny and 50s our
> > where I work absorbs that heat and the thermostat showed 78 degrees in
> > front office where the only windows are.  My office is in the center of
> > building, no windows and I have 3 track lights bearing down on me with a
> > computer next to me, which all yields a temperature of about 82 degrees
> > my office with no air circulation in the afternoon after lunch.
> >
> > About 3pm I went to the front office and switched the air on for a few
> > minutes.   As I walked away, the secretary got up and turned it back to
> > heat - which I knew she would, but didn't expect it that quickly.  So I
> > turned back and switched it again.  She started yelling that  the heat
> > hadn't been running most of the day and I told her I had to have just a
> > little air circulation, just 5 minutes, please.  She relented sullenly.
> > did turn it off after 5 minutes.  If the boss wants to pay me to sleep,
> > fine, cuz that's all he'll get from me in an 80+ degree office with no
> > circulation.
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