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RE: Re: OT: to my friends

I am sure you didn't freeze anyone out... I was just cold when I posted
that message :)

Fan do help... I position mine in the doorway to bring in the cooler air
in summertime... I also have 2 ceiling fans in the office too.... Of
course, I at times get carried away and have papers flying all over the
darn place too...LOL!


> >  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
> out.
> Kitty

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