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New Acronym: LPF

Author: Mark Dixon
Friday, January 26, 2007
4:20 pm

I learned a new acroynm yesterday. Posted where it could be easily read atop a urinal in the Sun campus in Broomfield, CO, was the acronym LPF with a number I can’t recall. Judging from the context where I found it, I think it means Liters per Flush. I supposed there is a whole subculture of people somewhere who care about that term. 🙂

Have a good weekend!

PS. Given the subject matter, you’ll just have to use your imagination instead of a photo.

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One Response to “New Acronym: LPF”

    Jeez, you were in Broomfield and you didn’t even say hello.
    It’s ‘3.8lpf’, ie 1 gal. Makes a big difference out here in the dry lands.

    Comment by Charlie (Colorado) on January 27, 2007 at 8:48 am

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