I get a pale lemon colour with those values. There's only 3% cyan in there anyway - nowhere near enough to start getting a green hue. We use 20" iMacs and have just calibrated by going through prefs>color>calibrate, so nothing fancy.
I'd say it was a printer problem with an over the top cyan shift.
I get the same colour, just as I thought I would, and I'm on a macbook. Maybe checking your calibration is in order. Go to system preferences, displays, then colour. I have mine set to Color LCD there, but I think most others were pretty similar. If they still appear odd, you might want to try creating a new calibration setting (just make sure you name it appropriately).
On my old iBook, at some early stage, I accidentally increased the contrast (ctrl+opt+apple+<or>) and for over a year, I thought my calibration was out
No amount of recalibrating would fix this, until I again, accidentally discovered the shortcut, and solved all my problems. Before this, playing an avi file in Mplayer at full screen, and quitting while it was playing seemed to inexplicably fix this temporarliy. No idea how or why that worked, but it did.
Slim chance this is the same case, but try hitting 'ctrl+opt+apple+<' 5 or so times and see if it makes any difference. That's about all the advice I can offer, short of buying one of those expensive monitor calibration devices.