At the counter at Granny’s Restaurant, around the construction world and all throughout Europe, the question of the day is: “Hot enough for ya?” Normally it’s just a rhetorical question; like “Working hard, or hardly working?” or “How many electricians does it take to screw in a light bulb?” But this summer, asking a roofer if it’s hot enough for him is akin to making a “Your mother is so fat, she’s ...” joke. It’s an existential threat to your well-being.

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