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Re: temperatures

Noreen - c'mon! if you put a fan in a doorway, it's on the floor. You
couldn't afix it to the door molding or the door wouldn't close, right?

What do I do? I handle domestic sales and customer service for Nostat-X
products. Which you've never heard of. These are anti-static treatments,
additives, and solvents used mainly in the photo industry. Have you ever
gotten photos back from the processor with white specks or squiggles? If
so, take them back and have them reprint them. They did not clean the
dust off your negatives before they printed them. Our products prevent
static which draws dust, so your pictures are less likely to have
squiggles and specks if the lab used our products.

Now doesn't that sound like the most fascinating job in the whole darned world?

> In a message dated 12/17/2003 11:02:20 PM Central Standard Time, Kitty writes:
> > ... I also have 2 ceiling fans in the office too....
> I don't have room for even one!  My office is about 10 x 12 feet.  If I put
> one in the doorway, clumsy me would probably trip over it!
> What are you doing on the cieling???  You REALLY DO have to tell us what you 
> do.  LOL
> Noreen
> zone 9
> Texas Gulf Coast
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