OK. I work on a night shift in an office. We run a skeleton crew. There are 10 of us here.
It is summer, so during the day it can easily be 25-35 degrees celcius (77-95 F).
At night however it is much cooler. More like 10C (50F).
During the day there are around 100 people here.
All we ask is that they turn off the air conditioning when they leave at 7pm. It takes (for some reason) about 5 hours for it to shut off properly.
Do they? Could they?
Apparently, flicking a switch is just too fucking difficult for them.
We sit here, very very cold, bundled up in blankets trying to stay warm.
How hard could it possibly be to turn a switch?
The thermometer says 8 degrees C in here right now.
It is warmer outside. We remind them every single day, but could they ever remember. Seems not.
Bastards, bastards, bastards, bastards, bastards.