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Butch is correct - neither of my thermostats currently has a C wire. I did a bunch of research and ended up just going with a programmable Honeywell without the WiFi and all that. I couldn't find a WiFi thermostat that didn't collect data that I'm not thrilled about giving out in exchange for a marginal increase in convenience. Since it doesn't need a bunch of power for bells and whistles, the one I got can run on batteries or a C wire, so I'm going to give batteries a...
More of a nation, really.
What country is the one where everyone takes everything way too seriously? I'm guessing that's the one you call home.
No, you limey fuck, I'm a direct descendant of a Revolutionary War vet.If my people had any interest in wasting time arguing in circles with your ilk, my great-great-great^n granddaddy wouldn't have waged guerrilla warfare against you clowns under the Swamp Fox.
Rugby football is the kind of football I was referencing with my post (which was a direct elaboration on double00's post about the English calling it "soccer"), genius.
I'm glad I'm not the only one who is irritated by this.I would also like to know who decided I need a crappy TV blaring inanity at me while I'm pumping gas."IT'S GOING TO A HOT ONE THIS WEEKEND, JUST LIKE SELENA GOMEZ WHEN SHE STEPPED OUT IN THIS HOT BIKINI DURING HER TROPICAL VACATION. SPEAKING OF VACATION, THE BEEBS WAS SPOTTED HAVING A GREAT TIME ON VACATION WITH A SEXY LADY WHO ISN'T THE SKANK HE'S BEEN BANGING. IS THERE TROUBLE IN PARADISE!?"I don't care about this...
That's also true. They called it that because there was another type of football, as well. Again, removing ambiguity is a good thing.
We fought a whole war over this type of shit, and we fucking won.It's "soccer" because that's what makes sense in the places where the term is used, and it makes sense to not add ambiguity to language.
Thanks for the thoughts, guys. I'd been looking at the Honeywell stuff, but I wanted to check and see if there was some super SF-approved thermostat out there. It looks like I'm on the right track, though. I won't have any issue programming it - we're busy but pretty predictable - so I'll just have to see which Honeywell looks the best.
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