Title may be a little misleading but I mean it in the literal sense. During winter months up north, things get cold and dry quickly. As a result, static electricity discharge becomes more frequent. I've always had a minor issue with my various Macbook Pro's over the years. But with my new MBA and the sudden drop in temps here in Chicago, my MBA is off the charts. I have started my winter routine of touching something else to discharge first before touching my MBA. Otherwise, I'll arc a spark every single time. Anything different about these animals from normal MBP's when it comes to grounding? Because my MBP sitting right beside it on the same desk isn't doing that and I'm not consciously trying to make it happen.