I have to do a presentation Monday after next at work on Contactors, and since I'm not going to be here next week and it's first thing, I have to get it finished up this week. Which leaves me two days.
Does it make me more or less of a geek if I wanted* to call the presentation "I can Has Contactor?"** with the above picture below it?
*For, like, a minute. I wouldn't really give a work presentation called "I can Has contactor?"
**This if funny because the above picture is of a circuit breaker, not a contactor. A circuit breaker contains a contactor, which switches off the current when the circuit breaker decides that the current is too high. The contactor then opens the circuit***, thus breaking it. So if a circuit breaker asks "I can has Contactor?", it's playing up on the fact that it's actually the contactor, not the Circuit Breaker, that breaks the circuit.
*** Contrary to popular belief, to turn off a device, you must open the circuit, not close it. Closing a circuit turns a device on.
Ehm. I think I just proved my point. More of a geek, definitely.
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