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Old 08-31-2011, 05:36 PM
 
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Well let me ask you something. You know those big old things that have hot water going through them to heat your building. Do you all them RADS or RAIDS. So much for the raid e ator. When you get a hole in your rad your car overheats eh?
That makes perfect sense and is the answer to my original question! Of course, you call them "rads" not "raids". I had a lot of mechanic friends back then, so I knew they pronounced it as "ra-di-ay-tor". Now I know why. Thank you!

 
Old 08-31-2011, 05:39 PM
 
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Cornerguy1 adds:

I've heard it pronounced both ways, but then I live in the land of oooot and aboooot.

We've heard from a wide cross-section of Mainers who seem unanimous in their opinion on the topic.

Let's move on.



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