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Rufus thinks that rating women using the 1-10 scale is outdated, and that everyone should start using the Fahrenheit scale, which would give men much more variety, and my friend Schuster almost agreed, but thought that using Celsius would make more sense, even though, he added, he wasn’t normally much of a metrics man; I thought the whole conversation was ridiculous but tried to participate by suggesting that maybe the Kelvin scale should be considered, which immediately got me thrown from the room, since Kelvin was obviously a man’s name, and if they wanted to go down that road they’d just say something like, “I’d give her a 10 men,” which, they both thought, either sounded gay or demeaning somehow, although neither could say exactly how.
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