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Better known as Freon, R-12 is an awesome refrigerant used in automotive air-conditioners and refrigeration applications. If you happen to own/drive a vehicle with an air-conditioner that is factory charged with R-12 Freon, and the systemworks good and does not leak, DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES MESS WITH IT. Pretty much any vehicle manufactured prior to 1993 is guaranteed to have an R-12 A/C system, but some 1993 vehicles came with the new stuff. It all depends on the manufacturer. Any vehicle manufactured prior to 1993 is guaranteed to have an R-12 air-conditioning system from the factory, with some exceptions. I have seen 1993 vehicles with R134a and early 1994 vehicles with R-12. Dichlorodifluoromethane (R-12), is a colorless gas, and usually sold under the brand name Freon-12, is a chlorofluorocarbon halomethane (CFC), used as a refrigerant and aerosol spray propellant. Complying with the Montreal Protocol/Clean Air Act, its manufacture was banned in the United States along with many other countries in 1994 due to concerns about damage to the ozone layer. R134a is R-12's replacement, and has been used in automotive and refrigeration applications since 1994-1995. You will begin to realize that R-12 is the superior refrigerant when you are idling in a parking lot or stuck in a traffic jam. While an R-12 system will almost always blow cold air no matter what, R134a begins to blow merely cool air when the vehicle is not moving.
R12 was a planet in the Star Wars comic series. R12 was best known for producing a unique gas, also called R12, that was the most potent refrigerant known to the galaxy. R12 gas became obselete when the planet R12 was destroyed by the Death Star.
A boil on the ass of the railcar engineering world, the R160 is a shitty ass conglomerate of dried jizz, aluminum foil, armadillo garlic breath, and rancid nacho cheese that makes up a worthless excuse for a horrid subway car.Back in 2000, the MTA executives at the time were planning on ways to royally fuck over the MTA riders.Eventually, after a massive mutual masturbation session, it was concluded that the best way to anally rape American taxpayers in the most efficient manner was to order a MASSIVE amount of shitty ass subway cars for the MTA executives to get high in on the weekends when the surplus subway car count rises because of the service cutbacks.By 2010, all of the R160s were delivered, and notable epic and timeless subway cars such as the R40 Slants were retired.In the New York City metropolitan area, the term "R160" generally refers to something horrible in quality and design.
Form of rating for movies that are 18+
A nerd that everyone says they hate but secretly loves. Usualy refers to someone on a forum.
Rub one out, Another term for masturbating. Another form of the word is R1O'ing, which simply means I'm currently rubbing one out.
From the popular video game on the "crappy" PS2 console, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. (PC VERSION IS BETTER). The buttons R1 and up call your gang members to kill you fo's!
The Best floor ever in Humber College Residence. It is also accompanied by R1.The people who reside on R1 and R2 are more of a family then any other floor in the whole establishment.They are party animals who drink a lot and know what a good time looks like.Others may call them the "sluts that break everything" but they are the most honest caring love and amazing people you will ever meet.
Reply to all. Often said when a message meant for several people is only sent to one, like on Google mail or in a chat.
A former gang or group of phreaks and hackers centered out of the South Bend, Indiana (USA) area. Notorious and feared to an extent, their activities ranged from technical discussions to communication system manipulation to other adverse activities including generalized disturbance of the public trust. They formed in the mid-nineties and existed into the 2000's. It is not known whether any facet of this organization is still active.
Droid-Wookie, invented by Sifl and Olly.
r2c is shorthand for saying 'reply to confirm', which is a command given to someone via some sort of intermediary communicative device. It usually follows a statement or command given to someone that is particularily important for the intended receiver to understand and/or follow.