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Old 08-07-2020, 11:13 AM   #99
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How about when someone tries to pluralize RPM to RPMs.
It's already plural! Revolutions per Minute.
RPMs is revolutions per minutes.
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I'm just wondering if my hot water heater will work if the salesman switch is off?

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You would have to specify the number of minutes. Let's see: 3,400 revolutions per two minutes. OK
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Old 08-07-2020, 11:35 AM   #102
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How about when someone tries to pluralize RPM to RPMs.
It's already plural! Revolutions per Minute.
RPMs is revolutions per minutes.
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Why do we drive on our "Parkways" and park on our "Driveways"?

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Why do we drive on our "Parkways" and park on our "Driveways"?

So, how many times has that come up in this thread?

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So, how many times has that come up in this thread?

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Twice, since you 'quoted' it.
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That's called semantics my friend...but i get it
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But semantics seems to be the point of this thread now days.
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Kind of off point but why do we heat up hot dogs? If they are hot why do they need heating?
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Same with Hot Chile
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Kind of off point but why do we heat up hot dogs? If they are hot why do they need heating?
So true, but also why call them hot "dogs".

Oh the wonders of our language. No wonder we mess up on communicating clearly some days.
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I'm just wondering if my hot water heater will work if the salesman switch is off?

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Not if it cuts off DC unless you have an old manual pilot flame Water Heater be it a Cold Water Heater, Warm Water Heater, Hot Water Heater or just water heater
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Just use an old black pot and a campfire to heat water. Very simple and it works, no 12v or salesman required.
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