I heard there's about to be a job opening in the title-writing department.
Sensational headlines: sometimes reporters go too far. Or are just f***ing idiots. "Like you." Yes, like me. Granted the boiling point of water IS 100Â°, it's just 100Â° Celsius AND NOT FAHRENHEIT (212Â°). Although, to the writer's credit, they never actually stated they were referring to the boiling point of water. They may have meant the boiling point of ethyl bromide, which is 101Â° Fahrenheit. Oh of course, ethyl bromide, God I'm so embarrassed now.
RIP Society of the Day [thedailywh.at]
Thanks to seacow, who -- can I call you dugong?
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