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A. Spruce
Re: Wiring an outlet for a dishwasher and garbage disposal
havanagranite wrote:

now you sound like you have a psych degree. (I wonder if ole sprucey is trying to figure and label us all?):D

I might have a degree, but I belong in a ward! :p;):D Just kidding! I'm just a working stiff like the rest of you fine folks. :cool:

JLMCDANIEL
Re: Wiring an outlet for a dishwasher and garbage disposal

Yep, and some people make them up as they go.:D
Jack

canuk
Re: Wiring an outlet for a dishwasher and garbage disposal
A. Spruce wrote:

Ah, don't worry about it Raven, I have the same problem when people start using numbers and truncated words (texting ) when they interact on forums. Writing in general has become a lost art, and the more technology advances, the worse it seems to get.

A good reference for "net lingo" can be found at http://www.netlingo.com/ which one can find the meaning to a great number of truncated words. I know what I know from too many years in online forums, and still I am regularly stumped by acronyms. It doesn't help that every profession and social class has their own acronyms for things that have no meaning to the general populace. :cool:

Absolutely agree with Dr. Spruce. :cool:

JLMCDANIEL
Re: Wiring an outlet for a dishwasher and garbage disposal

I was just thinking about OP and the different meanings that I have run into during my life-
Operations Officer
Out of Print
Optional Procedure
Order Processing
Observation Point
Operating Plan
Operating Pressure
Operators Panel

and I'm sure that there are more. It can sure get confusing.:confused:
Jack

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