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    Why do we still call it “shipping” when it goes by plane and truck?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wrix View Post
    Why do we still call it “shipping” when it goes by plane and truck?
    Maybe because people back in time didn't have aeroplanes / trucks, but they had ships that helped them deliver their thignies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chem View Post
    Maybe because people back in time didn't have aeroplanes / trucks, but they had ships that helped them deliver their thignies.
    And of course, English was created "back in time".
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    Cause secretly, the plane/truck is a ship in disguise.
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