Once the air started flowing, so did water, and the classroom across from my office now has a saturated ceiling, and the tiles are falling to the ground. The maintenance guy, who just seems to delight in everything bad that happens in the building, noted that "It's like a waterbed up there!"
The dean came around later to see if my office was cool enough, and to take a look at the classroom. I mentioned to him that when it comes time to demolish the building, we won't have to hire a crew--the building will just collapse on its own.
I'll miss that building--it's where I went to nursing school, but I will be happy to have something new.
After I got off work, I played Ingress for a while. I drove down to the town below ours to attack some blue portals and create some links. Moments after I did, someone from the blue side came along and recaptured them. I went back and captured them again, but by then he had moved on to my town and captured a bunch of the portals I had been linking to. I followed and eventually recaptured them. It was actually a lot of fun, and at the end we chatted a bit. I love level 7. It is fun to figure out what it will take to take down an enemy portal, and whether I have enough stuff to do it, and if it is worth it.
I ended up walking about 16000 steps in the process. Now I am kind of sore.
While I was walking in the park, I saw a bunch of the guys who sail the model yachts. They were all lined up on the pier like a bunch of kids, playing with their boats.