January 24, 2013

At the Pink Sky in Morning Café...

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... we've been warned.

22 comments:

virgil xenophon said...

"Red Sky at night,
Sailor's delight.
Red Sky at morning,
Sailor take warning."

virgil xenophon said...

PS:But does pink mean the sailor should be just mildly irritated?

Rusty said...

I like pink in the morning. Not necessarily the sky.

MadisonMan said...

It was really beautiful to see on the bus in. Quite a deep red around 6:30, and more of a pink at 7. Awesome!

Clyde said...

It was chilly at my house when I got home this morning. I forgot to switch from the A/C to heat before I left last night, and the temperature was 64 degrees inside (about 49 outside). Oops! Heat's on... At least until midday.

MadisonMan said...

Why would you turn the heat on if it's 64 degrees already in your house?

Ann Althouse said...

64° in the house. That's what I turn the thermostat up to when I'm chilly. The daytime setting is 62 and the nighttime programmed temperature is 56°. Meade tries to get me to turn it down to 45° at night! Or open the window.

Your body produces its own heat, you know.

pm317 said...

Hey! we have the white stuff here.. this morning. Our thermostat reads 70. We are warm blooded people from the tropics.

wyo sis said...

I prefer to be in a cool environment especially at night. 64 degrees is about right at night for me. It does make getting out of bed a thrilling experience.

Michael K said...

"
Your body produces its own heat, you know."

Not enough when you are in Chicago in January.

Now, if I was home.

MadisonMan said...

70! Heat-induced torpor is a result!

gerry said...

"Red urethra in morning, sailor take warning."

Freeman Hunt said...

Our house is insulated like a hobbit hole. It's pretty much always the same temperature, no matter the season.

Freeman Hunt said...

Well, okay, we vary it a little. Sixty-nine in winter, seventy-one in summer. I like wearing sweaters, but I am the only one in the house who does.

rehajm said...

Your body produces its own heat, you know.

If you keep teeing up the lawyer jokes, we're gonna start spiking them over the net...

AlanKH said...

Red dawn!

Mid-Life Lawyer said...

Lovely. Reminds me of a Beth Orton song.

Mitchell the Bat said...

I'm having a very difficult time deciding whether Penélope Cruz is better looking than Priyanka Chopra or whether it's the other way round.

edutcher said...

I could be happier if this was June.

Ann Althouse said...

64° in the house. That's what I turn the thermostat up to when I'm chilly. The daytime setting is 62 and the nighttime programmed temperature is 56°. Meade tries to get me to turn it down to 45° at night! Or open the window.

Your body produces its own heat, you know.


Yes, but you lose it quickly in cold weather.

Unless you have a comforter, several blankets, a few dogs (breed dependent), and possibly a spouse shielding against loss of said heat.

Ann Althouse said...

A down comforter is all you need. I even replaced the heavy one with a light one or Meade would have opened the windows.

edutcher said...

Glad you think so.

I believe the survival guys who say, "layers".

I've also got a wife with lousy circulation.

(I OTOH have veins she lusts for - if only to draw the blood from them)

(nurse humor)

Deb said...

WE are bracing for a WINTER STORM down here in the South. :-)