20 November 2012

The Office Fridge: a Biological Tour




p.s. This is post #2,800.   w00t!

10 comments:

Keads said...

Perfect timing! We have something dead in the shop. We can't find it.

Rev. Paul said...

My two cents' worth as a property manager: check a) the freezer, and b)any rarely-used sinks or floor drains. When a P-trap dries out, it lets sewer gas into the space.

Keads said...

Thanks Rev. The Electrical shop however has none of those.

Rev. Paul said...

Sorry; I gave it a shot. :)

Keads said...

Looks like we will have to move some workbenches, lockers, desks, spare parts, etc. Or put up with it another day and see if it goes away by next Monday =)

Rev. Paul said...

I hate mystery odors - the last one was a loose plug on a capped-off waste stack line, above a drop ceiling. Took awhile to find it.

Old NFO said...

Dead rat... just sayin...

Rev. Paul said...

Old NFO, I hope - for Kelly's sake - that you're wrong. :^)

ProudHillbilly said...

Ah, yes. The pre-Christmas party office refrigerator cleaning. Involves guessing what things used to be. And occasional urges to hurl.

Rev. Paul said...

PH, indeed. Hurling may be optional, but it's also a common response. :^)