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@Sed, you may LOOK blonde, but you certainly don't "act" blonde. I on the other hand, have been known to "act blonde" from time to time just for comic effect. Gracie Allen was a VERY intelligent woman, but she was funny when she "acted blonde".

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Gotta live up to the "Blonde" reputation sometimes ;)

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"My previous home cost us about 2K a month to "heat""

Hell, you could have replaced all the windows in the house for 2 grand!

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It was in a historic district so the windows would have to be wood framed and most of the windows were about 8' tall so $2k wouldn't come close to replacing all the windows. However the real issue for us was retaining the original wavy glass. Those windows were beautiful.

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{snort}

:)

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I know Bayou, I'm Eastern European, but for some idiotic reason didn't realize that a thermometer is part of the metric system. I kept thinking, gee how do you measure centimeters with a thermometer ;)

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Sed, Everything up here in the great white north is in a metric conversion. We use Kilometers instead of miles, we use a base 10 measurement (meters) instead of a base 12 (feet), and we use Celsius instead of Fahrenheit.

So if you hear someone in Canada say, "It's 10 degrees out", they are refering to a Celsius scale, and basically saying "It's 50 degrees Fahrenheit out."

Our thermostat is set for 22.5C year round, which is the equivalent of 73 Fahrenheit.

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Don't know anything else about it other than 20 degrees C = 70 degrees F

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OK

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Celsius is a metric measurement.

Carrie

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Someone please, explain to me the concept of a metric thermostat!

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