May. 29th, 2009

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It is so hot, and it's not really hot yet. B observed, "We've got like, 20 more degrees to go, and it's already hot!"

My apartment building is set up so everyone has a corner apartment. There is a front door and a back door to the building, and the apartments open into the hallway, which has lights, but no a/c. Sometimes, particularly at night, it is hotter in the hallway than it is outside, which doesn't seem good for my electric bill. It seems to be quite pleasant at night, temperature-wise, and I just set up a cross-breeze with open windows. (Which is going to cause doors to slam and annoy the crap out of my downstairs neighbor, but it's just too hot.)

I would do a science experiment, but I don't have extra thermometers, and I'm lazy. So, the question I pose is this: During the day time, hallway windows open or not?

Sincerely,
Acugirl

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