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Re: Re: OT:Heat vs. cold poll

I think either extreme causes your body to react- which in my case is to take a nap :)


> Same here.  When I'm cold, I just want to curl up and get warm.  I am NOT 
> productive when it's cold in my office.  I type 90 words per minute...unless 
> my hands are cold and then they don't want to work at ALL.  I get sleepy 
> when it's cold.  But..I get sleepy when it's too hot too.  I'm just 
> sleepy....all the darn time.  Hmmmm.  What's up with that?

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