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sometimeswefuck

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Date Signed Up:7/07/2012
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#55 - Oh if you're talking top of the line then agreed. 2 hours ago on First a ticket, now this? 0
#52 - Thats the point tho. I mean american cars are pretty ******* *…  [+] (2 new replies) 2 hours ago on First a ticket, now this? 0
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#54 - arachnofondler (2 hours ago) [-]
I get your point, but I think you're missing mine. I'm specifically talking top of the line models. Top of the line, most expensive mustangs pre-2012 were bullshit. the SN95 Mach 1s, your fully-optioned out GT's. the only time you'd get anything remotely not shit was if you bought a Shelby, or if you waited until recently. i worked in auto parts for nearly 3 years, and the vast majority of people coming in bought parts for their mustangs. "oh this broke, oh that broke. it's got 65,000 miles man." and these are cars people paid upwards of 20, 30k for?

i get my car's refinement is shit, but that's because it was GM at the turn of the century. Ford had no excuse past the redesign in 2005.
#55 - sometimeswefuck (2 hours ago) [-]
Oh if you're talking top of the line then agreed.
#49 - V6's arent that bad. but a ******* 4 banger turbo mus… 2 hours ago on First a ticket, now this? 0
#158 - Chemical change is necessary for two products to be differenti… 08/23/2016 on Papercut -1
#142 - You need to go to Oxford to know that paper isn't wood? you mu… 08/23/2016 on Papercut +1
#141 - Paper is derived from wood yes, but it isn't wood. Ch…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/23/2016 on Papercut +1
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#155 - gmarrox (08/23/2016) [-]
Except milk undergoes chemical change to become cheese and thus posses different chemical properties whereas thee change from wood to paper is a physical one created by introducing wood pulp / shavings to high pressure. Thee only chemical change occurs when the paper is bleached, and that is not inherent to all types of paper
#158 - sometimeswefuck (08/23/2016) [-]
Chemical change is necessary for two products to be differentiated?

So would you ask someone for a piece of paper by saying "hey can you pass me that piece of wood?"

They're two different products, with two different words for them.
Don't fall into the common trap that because one is derived from the other that they are equivalent.
Although what you said about the chemical changes is true, it is not necessary for distinction.

And I think thats where most people get mixed up. They MEAN to outline that one product is derived from another, or that both products share a common material, but instead they use language like "paper is wood", implying that they are equivalent.
ie: "glass is sand". Glass is derived from sand, made up of sand, but glass is not sand.

Wood is the hard, barky, fibrous material making up the bulk of the tree, often sectioned into planks, boards etc. paper is made from these fibrous substances/pulp into thin flexible sheets.
Two different words to describe two different products
#123 - are you retarded?  [+] (7 new replies) 08/23/2016 on Papercut 0
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#140 - gmarrox (08/23/2016) [-]
Are you? He's right.
#141 - sometimeswefuck (08/23/2016) [-]
Paper is derived from wood yes, but it isn't wood.

Cheese is made from milk, but cheese =/= milk. They're both dairy products
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#155 - gmarrox (08/23/2016) [-]
Except milk undergoes chemical change to become cheese and thus posses different chemical properties whereas thee change from wood to paper is a physical one created by introducing wood pulp / shavings to high pressure. Thee only chemical change occurs when the paper is bleached, and that is not inherent to all types of paper
#158 - sometimeswefuck (08/23/2016) [-]
Chemical change is necessary for two products to be differentiated?

So would you ask someone for a piece of paper by saying "hey can you pass me that piece of wood?"

They're two different products, with two different words for them.
Don't fall into the common trap that because one is derived from the other that they are equivalent.
Although what you said about the chemical changes is true, it is not necessary for distinction.

And I think thats where most people get mixed up. They MEAN to outline that one product is derived from another, or that both products share a common material, but instead they use language like "paper is wood", implying that they are equivalent.
ie: "glass is sand". Glass is derived from sand, made up of sand, but glass is not sand.

Wood is the hard, barky, fibrous material making up the bulk of the tree, often sectioned into planks, boards etc. paper is made from these fibrous substances/pulp into thin flexible sheets.
Two different words to describe two different products
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#139 - whitechino (08/23/2016) [-]
Apparently only on this site since everyone went to Harvard and Oxford here.
#142 - sometimeswefuck (08/23/2016) [-]
You need to go to Oxford to know that paper isn't wood? you must be retarded too
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#138 - liquidz (08/23/2016) [-]
Very fine wood fibers actually
#16 - You've been suicidal since age 5? highly unlikely, but if … 08/22/2016 on so you're telling me... +11
#42 - this is the most accurate analogy ever 08/21/2016 on You're on your own +23
#194 - SuicideSquad deserved the scores it got. It was enjoyable … 08/16/2016 on Rotten Tomatoes, you so silly 0