Re: geek test
- At 07:57 AM Tuesday 5/27/2008, Julia Thompson wrote:
>On Mon, 26 May 2008, Ronn! Blankenship wrote:<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FFF_System>
> > At 09:42 PM Monday 5/26/2008, Julia Thompson wrote:
> >> On Fri, 23 May 2008, Ronn! Blankenship wrote:
> >>> Is Ice Cold Because Water Is A Polar Molecule? Maru
> >> On Wednesday, before our camping trip, I was instructed to label 2 bins
> >> for water.
> >> One was labeled "Dihydrogen Monoxide" and the other, "Water".
> >> At some point, I informed Dan that the Dihydrogen Monoxide bin was empty,
> >> but the Water bin had 6.5 gallons.
> >> Julia
> > Why not 0.6 firkins?
> > . . . ronn! :)
>Because I don't know wtf a firkin is to be able to do conversions, and it
>wouldn't have meant a damn thing to Dan, either.
. . . ronn! :)
- Curtis Burisch wrote:
>It's an unionized hydrogen. Does that answer you rhetorical question?
>> No, because there is no unionized hydrogen. It could be
>> a hydric acid hydrate (or hydrous acid hydrate?) or a
>> oxygenydric acid hydrate.
> Union-ized, or un-ionized? ;)