Simple my PU truck thermometer is in F so that's what I get my temps in. The thermometer on the house is also in F. F or C its frickin HOTHo Ho Ho! What's with the 'F'? You mean to tell me that all you younger ones
still haven't kept up to the times, haven't accepted change, don't or won't learn the
metric system? This old dog has! I'll bet you still deal in mph, inches, feet. and yards
as well....okay, I still do that sometimes, but usually when talking to other fossils.
You know by switching to metric, saying 15 cms sounds better than 6 inchessmall wink, and
when spinning your fishing yarn, catching a 50 cm fish seems more impressive than
a 20 inch one.
I sure felt lazy, due to the heat, yesterday. After 8 hours here at work I made some pen improvements for the hogs to get them a better supply of water I just went home and melted on the deck. Twas almost too much movement to go get another beer and the cat just looked at me with disdain when I told it to go get me one.
It's all in the training, Dan.I feel your pain Phil.... darned pets don't know when it is payback time. We feed them, take care of them, take them to the vet when necessary and pay the resulting bills to boot.
But ask them to do a simple, small favor for you? Pffft!