Glenn comes in late. When he gets here, it's already 75 degrees outside. He opens both bay doors, saying "we'd better let the cool air in before it gets too hot outside!" Glenn forgets that we've got air conditioning blowing so hard in the back room of shipping that I have to wear a jacket while sitting at the computer. Glenn forgets that when we open the bay doors, we not only have to sit out there and monitor to make sure no bad guys get in (I won't even get into that... but it's not Glenn's fault), we also are letting the 75-degree air in and the 65-degree air out.