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22 July 2002 @ 08:35 am
*melt*  
They've turned off the AC in the office again today. They've been screwing with the system for over a year now...You'd think they could get *something* worked out in that time! (My particular building isn't terribly large...and the nearby larger buildings in The Park are quite adequately controlled)

There's a thermostat on a nearby electrical conduit. The 'current temp' readout on it maxes out at 85 degrees. The needle is pegged past that. I wore a relatively heavy shirt, since last Friday they had the air going full tilt, and it was cold.

It's gonna be a long, sticky day :P
 
 
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Jenniferburan on July 22nd, 2002 06:46 am (UTC)
Go to Wal-Mart and buy a fan over lunch. It'll help. Our a/c semi-quit recently and so we have a pair of floor fans about -- they really did make it tolerable until it was fixed.
arkie on July 22nd, 2002 07:07 am (UTC)
Ooh, you now have it as bad as we do. =P Or rather, as bad as we usually have it during the summer. This year's been tolerable. But yes, a fan does help. As does lots of cold water. Mmm, cold water.
Feren: tylerferen on July 22nd, 2002 07:17 am (UTC)
I recommend cold beer.
Chebutykin: wise cthulhuchebutykin on July 22nd, 2002 07:56 am (UTC)
...and/or margaritas.
Brendan: Micahroho on July 22nd, 2002 08:33 am (UTC)
Hmm...cold water...cold beer...margaritas...

Can I get away with mixing margaritas and cold, watery beer? ;)
Chebutykin: wise cthulhuchebutykin on July 22nd, 2002 08:38 am (UTC)
I would suggest keeping the beer, water, and margaritas in separate glasses. Then drink them in a chaotic pattern.
Mitchpogo101 on July 22nd, 2002 07:50 am (UTC)
Clima(c)tic changes
Sounds like a shirt removal excuse to me! Woo hoo!
Lumi (gordianaut): Atomic Playcakelumin_esc on July 22nd, 2002 08:08 am (UTC)
Ahh, Abbott! Efficiency incarnate!
Brendan: Micahroho on July 22nd, 2002 08:41 am (UTC)
It's amazing, yes ;) This building wasn't built by Abbott, it was bought during expansion of the main Lake County site, and 'renovated' with great efficiency (hah). In addition to the time mentioned to replace the heating/cooling/ventilation, it also took them 7 months to re-tar the roof last year. During that time, it was normal to come into work to find a layer of roof crud over your desk. Oh, and they've evacuated the building 3 times since 2000 (2 floods, 1 gas leak).

I'm just glad we don't house any of the *real* nasty biological agents in this building. It's a lot tougher to sniff out a virus leak than a gas leak ;)