Why does someone post this stupidity every every time?
By those less sophisticated than we are, they are known as "hot water
Presumably that is because it is a heater that makes hot water.
Much like a steam boiler is a boiler that makes steam.
Or an ice cream freezer is a freezer that makes ice cream.
Or.... well I think (hope?) you get the idea.
However, it beats the hell out of me why anyone would post instruction that
no one requested.
"Toller" <> wrote in message > Why does someone post this stupidity every
Well then, we should be calling them cold water heaters......
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"Do what you want and say what you feel because those that mind, don't
matter and those that matter, don't mind". ~Dr. Seuss
That old expression "Small things amuse small minds." does come into
PS. Here, while agreeing with the designation 'Hot water heater', have
often heard them called 'Hot water tanks' or occasionally 'Electric
hot water tanks'. Typically 40 or 60 US gallon style.
Possibly to either distinguish them from those European type 'Instant
hot water heaters' (Which were called 'Hot water, gas or electric,
geysers' during my childhood) which heat cold water as it flows
Or possibly because of the older hot water tanks (cylinders) installed
in connection with old fashioned wood/oil cooking stoves or home
On Fri, 17 Aug 2007 21:31:20 -0700, "Jon Danniken"
Is you previous "name" here "Oscar_lives"?
as this was his only comment to make on this newsgroup..
Life is hard; it's harder if you're stupid.
If you've got them by the balls their hearts and minds will follow.
John Wayne 1907-1979
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