So at my meeting last night, i brought up the question of heat in the trailers. Their answer was simply, "We go by the average yearly temperature." So... i don't know if any of you live, or have lived, in Utah, but we're one of the most temperature-variant states in the USA. We'll have days where it's 95 one day, and 28 the next. Our average in Jan, is 36, and our average in July is 93. We have areas that get as hot as 118, and as cold as -65! So it seems kinda unfair to judge by "average yearly temperature." Especially when i brought up Chicago, who's MUCH cooler than we are on average. And about how, i've heard, they got air conditioning/fans. I realize it's a bigger hub, but still. Also, they're REALLY defensive when you try to bring up the "death" subject. As soon as i started to mention that, they wouldn't let me get a word in edgewise. I just wanted to know about the "suicide" and the heat stroke death in Chicago. I thought the Chicago death would bring up a good point, but they seemed to get pretty damn mad.