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Thread: Air Conditioning

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    Does anyone else have a problem adjusting to air conditioning when it starts getting warm out? Most of my summers I've spent outside, either just about all the time or for at least a good portion of everyday. This summer I'm stuck inside in a place that seems to have the AC on full blast and it's not even close to peaking the heat of our summer - I'm from Iowa. The guys I work with like to make fun of me for being cold all the time. :P

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    There probably are and we're probably just above the lowest we can be. It's been so nice this week. Went golfing in shorts and a t-shirt last night. It was great.

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    you ladies have air conditioning? I wish I did. I'm from Houston but living in Colorado and we only have a swamp cooler. not good enough!! i melt, i can tell you.

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    No air conditioners here! I don't think too many people in my area have them.

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    No problem adjusting here in the San Juaquin Valley, CA. Yesterday, it was 102 and muggy and Sunday 105. It's supposed to be cooler today :lol: 95. I have the air conditioning set to a cool 76 degrees, ahhh!

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    I went and ate my lunch in my car to warm up. Might go take my break out there too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loretta
    Can't they turn the air down/up a bit so its not QUITE so cold? That would be miserable working in that kind of cold!
    The guys I work with keep changing it back. They all have plenty of insulation.....

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    I have that issue here in NC. All summer, I freeze in stores and restaurants because the AC is turned up so high. I wear more sweaters in the summer than I do in the winter!

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    I don't have air at home and at work BURRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR yeasterday we saw the temp at 60 in my office I CAN"T WORK IN THOSE CONDITIONS, since my work requires my hands to be able to move. errrrrr

    Did you try a space heater for your area?

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    Ooooh, I wish I could have a space heater. Unfortunately I have about 2 feet of my own space. I'm surrounded by these men and 12 computers in an old conference room.

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