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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Admin, Mar 9, 2012.
Conna beat a 13 amp nail.
A true 'professional' uses a copper nail.
I once went down an engine room to find on the distribution panel the electrician had used a sweeping broom to jam in a persistently falling out breaker. The brush head on the breaker and the other end of the shaft tight up on the bulkhead.
I did a 'brush off the electrical problems' and a 'clean sweep of all electrical faults' joke.
I was rather impolitely asked to leave the engine room.
I once did a job for someone who had got confused when wiring up an extension lead - he had got sockets on both ends.
Unfortunately, it was also still not long enough.
So he made another lead to extend it.
This lead had a plug on each end, so you plugged it in to the extension, then plugged the other end into the supply.
All very well if you did/undid it in the right order.
I swapped a plug from one lead with a socket from the other, which he thought was a really clever move...
Time to send away for some ACME equipment ….
I really like the Christmasy flavour of this ad ….
That's what you get when you jam breakers in with a sweeping brush …
You see how all those wondrous Christmas things you did as a kid are made so much easier by technology …
Dublin, this morning...
It's about knowing your place in the scheme of things ….
If only I could find one that would fit ….
From what drummers I've known it was probably right in the first place …
It's the element of pragmatism that makes me want to try it ….
Wood and trees and sitch ….
What a good idea … I mean, I'm sure we've all got an 1895 calendar somewhere ….