You think you are crazy?
I don't have a fear of heights, but I'd be so damn scared to even consider anything like that. Just not an adrenaline junkie.
Sometimes it's just not comfortable to work at my job during the summertime. It's gorgeous outside, but the temperature inside the building is 66-68°F...always. I understanding the reasoning, but I kiiiinda wish I could wear Snuggie to work.
My ex is on the phone with HGTV right now discussing a possible TV show for himself.
We struggled against apartheid in South Africa, supported by people the world over, because black people were being blamed and made to suffer for something we could do nothing about; our very skins. It is the same with sexual orientation. It is a given.
- Desmond Tutu
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A little warmer than you like? Damn.
The temperature is more like 64-67°F, actually. It's a bit of a shock to the system to go from 65-67° to 75-100° during the summertime.
One of the funniest things here at work was when it opened, the atrium had this beautiful set of palm trees, and many tropical plants planted for eye-candy. The tropical plants were constantly dying off, and the palm trees, though they stoically held off for many years, finally succumbed as well. They never did look all that great after we opened, and gradually started to look REALLY bad. The landscape people who were in charge of the plants FINALLY concluded that the plants just needed a bit more humidity and decided that the best thing would be to install a humidifier in the atrium to help the next bunch of plants along.
The building manager got a great kick out of that. I can hear him telling them now:
"You *do* realize that this is a huge mainframe computer facility don't you? The kind with over 2 dozen 1-ton floor to ceiling dehumidifiers installed per floor operating so as to keep the humidity to a bare minimum?"
The next bunch of plants planted in the atrium had some resilience to lack of humidity. (though they are still tropical and not really looking all that healthy)
Stay away from the chimps. You can't reason with them and you'll just end up with monkey shit all over your clothes.
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