Thomas J. Donohue, Jr.
donohue at netconnx.net
Mon Sep 18 20:24:05 EDT 2000
Again...in light of my previously posted lack of comparative knowledge, I have
always understood that (R) was the finest known measurement. I will not argue
with that position.
Kneale Brownson wrote:
> Tanks for the tune-up, Unka Bart. Can you distinguish a size differential
> between RCH and B(lack)CH or Y(eller)CH? Is red prized for its infrequency?
> At 05:54 PM 09/18/2000 -0500, Unka Bart wrote:
> >Douglas Frank hit the nail on the head.
> >RCH is a technical term, that, like "Schosh," is a product of the American
> >Military idiom.
> >"Scosch" is the Military version of the Japanese technical term, "Scoschi,"
> >meaning "Thi-Thi."
> >"Thi-Thi" is a Vietnamese technical term, meaning "Nit-Noi;" itself a Thai
> >technical term, meaning "Little bit."
> >"RCH" (Romeo Charlie Hotel) is a precise measurement, widely used in
> >military applications, to describe something the width (or diameter) of a
> >(specialized) human hair, found only on red-headed persons of the Female
> >And now, just to keep Brett from blasting me for no list content, may I
> >politely conclude by saying "Quattro."
> >Yer Kindly Ol' Unka Bart
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