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    First post on VCFed! Been a long time lurker, and only now created an account.

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    Welcome. Have a warm winter!
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    Ontario 25 farenheit. Don't ask me to convert. Plattsmouth 41. Waretown 36. If anyone was wondering.

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    If anyone was rambling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tipc View Post
    Ontario 25 farenheit. Don't ask me to convert. Plattsmouth 41. Waretown 36. If anyone was wondering.
    We could settle the C vs. F matter if the world would just convert to Reaumur. That 25F would be about -3.1Re.

    That way, everyone would be at a disadvantage.

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    Relax... Here's a couple of HTML scripts I threw together to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit and vice versa...

    TempConverters.zip
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    At the risk of being on-topic, welcome, and I'm trying to figure out your username.
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    Dank seems to be an especially popular slang term amongst Canadians. I've seen Linus refer to his "dank merch".

    The 2nd half of the term seems to be an embelished/corrupted form of engine. My best guesses anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tipc View Post
    Dank seems to be an especially popular slang term amongst Canadians.
    Is it? I'm Canadian I've never really heard anyone use it. Actually the only time I can recall the word "dank" was in this Simpsons episode:


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    Dank you very much!
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