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quality posts: 17 Private Messages WootBot


Poll: Is it too hot or too cold in your office?
  • 0% - Too hot! 0
  • 0% - Too cold! 0
  • 0% - Just right! 0
  • 0% - I don't work in an office. 0
0 votes

Well, how do you fare compared to the Zeitgeist? Chat up your fellow wooters and let us know how lame this poll was or what obvious choices we missed. For example: Was this poll a) STUPID, b) DUMB, c) POINTLESS or d) ALL OF THE ABOVE?


quality posts: 10 Private Messages McGuffy

I work from home so the temp is always just right.

"There are 2 types of people in the world: Those can extrapolate from incomplete data."


quality posts: 7 Private Messages stevenlee212
McGuffy wrote:I work from home so the temp is always just right.

I'm the IT field and I really need to get on this working from home bus!


quality posts: 4 Private Messages rooksie

Usually too cold, but sometimes too hot...and at times too dry. The too dry is the worst


quality posts: 11 Private Messages bblhed

You asked yesterday and I told you, the thermostat is literally outside of my cubicle and I can adjust it.


quality posts: 1 Private Messages mullenryn

Don't let this distract you from the the fact that in 1966, Al Bundy scored four touchdowns in a single game while playing for the Polk High School Panthers in the 1966 city championship game versus Andrew Johnson High School, including the game-winning touchdown in the final seconds against his old nemesis, Bubba "Spare Tire" Dixon.


quality posts: 4 Private Messages torturegarden

My work office is a steady 73° F all year, way above my preferred 62° F. I'm always hot, the women are always cold.


quality posts: 98 Private Messages daveinwarshington

I have never worked in an office.


quality posts: 28 Private Messages hot72chev

Big, old, metal building. Cold in the winter, hot in the summer.

It seemed like a good idea at the time.


quality posts: 53 Private Messages digitaljanitor
hot72chev wrote:Big, old, metal building. Cold in the winter, hot in the summer.

but, "on the average", it is just right.

What if there were no hypothetical questions?