No Time, No Temp

It would be nice to blame this on the recent storm — but the Bank of America’s traditionally inaccurate sign went dark several days before the first power line fell.

Now how will we know what the wrong temperature is?

7 responses to “No Time, No Temp

  1. The temperature looks pleasant. And the clock seems to be working. Doesn’t it read 26 minutes after 1?

  2. The Dude Abides

    There is a strong movement these days to take your money to community banks that are doing more with your deposits locally than just putting it in their own pockets as bonuses. Makes sense. As to knowing what time it is, the recent Michael Collins’ book, reveals that certain investors knew in 2005 that Wall Street and the banks were making tactical errors in “betting” on sub-prime mortgages. They tried to warn the banks and the SEC. Nothing. When they had heard naysayers, they started “betting” against the banks and needless to say, they have very little interest in knowing what time it is now!

  3. Carl A. Swanson

    There is a story of the 300 year old man in New Orleans who attributes his longevity to never knowing what time it is and not having read a newspaper in the past 200 years!

  4. Does anybody really know what time it is? The usual answer: 25 or 6 to 4.

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