Observation: Asking a followup question on a conversation that is over two years old, is a bad idea. Story: I am an electrician. About two to three years ago, I responded to a call about a commercial building with a power outage. I was temporarily restoring power to one office space's Server/Phone systems, seance they had a 911 status. As I was working, one of the ladies that works there asked me a question. Her question was, Her window air conditioner kept blowing fuses, So she put aluminum foil into the fuse holder. I went on to say how dangerous that was and she needs to call an electrician to fix it. Will. Last week, I was back in that building fixing a light. I was taking a break at the vending machines. She was in there reading a book. While I was looking to see what I wanted to eat, I asked her if she has fixed that fuse that kept blowing. She closed her book and gave me a look, and asked what fuse. I went on to say, the Fuse that the air conditioner kept blowing. She asked how did I know about that fuse, I answered you told me about it some time ago. I am just following-up to see if you have fixed it yet. I looked away to press a button and looked back, She was gone. Conclusion: If you ask a followup question that is over two years old, Then they will thank that you are a stalker. I thank if she had a taser, She may have used it on me.