Some of the crazy demands made by Mizzou protesters last fall are just coming to light.

Campus Reform reports.

Mizzou students demanded ‘heat and refrigeration’ during November protests

Email correspondences extracted from the University of Missouri’s (Mizzou) system server reveal that participants in last November’s protests demanded generators and a fire pit to keep warm while they camped out on their school’s quad.

“The students tenting/demonstrating are asking for a generator for their campsite,” Chief Diversity Officer Noor Azizan-Gardner wrote in a series of emails obtained exclusively by Heat Street and National Review. “Is there any way that we can help with this? Let me know if this is even possible.”

“We got them power this morning,” Vice Chancellor for Operations Gary Ward replied only two minutes later.

Although Mizzou’s administration quickly agreed to their requests, protesters were dissatisfied with the results, complaining that they needed even more power strips to sustain their electrical use.

“I just heard from the students that they have one power strip with 8 outlets on it and it’s connected to one of the power sources on the quad,” Azizan-Gardner wrote in a follow-up email sent to Ward not even four hours after their initial exchange. “The students are concerned that they may trip the circuitry if they overload it. So, they have texted me that they need to have more power outlets and/or a small generator so that they can have heat and refrigeration this weekend. Please let me know how we can provide this for them.”