Monday, December 29, 2003
IT'S A BEAUTIFUL DAY in the nation's capital. As always when it's unseasonably warm, my only complaint is that public buildings don't know how to handle it. If it's 100 outside and it's July 29, indoor temperatures are generally fine. But if it's 60 and it's Dec. 29, retail establishments and other buildings blast the heat, because it's supposed to be cold outside on Dec. 29. Again, what ever happened to thermostats?