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Message 1338995 - Posted: 16 Feb 2013, 23:59:47 UTC
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Winning.
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Message 1338996 - Posted: 17 Feb 2013, 0:01:14 UTC - in response to Message 1338977.  

Non-sequitur....

fence post.

that's what you made of it, I deny it has anything to do with a fence....

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Message 1339016 - Posted: 17 Feb 2013, 0:40:00 UTC

Posting, plain and simple, P-38J lightning or not...

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Message 1339027 - Posted: 17 Feb 2013, 1:03:01 UTC - in response to Message 1338995.  

Winning.


Yep:)

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Message 1339031 - Posted: 17 Feb 2013, 1:05:39 UTC - in response to Message 1339027.  

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Shirley You jest... ;)
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Message 1339033 - Posted: 17 Feb 2013, 1:09:12 UTC - in response to Message 1339031.  

Winning.


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Shirley You jest... ;)

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Message 1339035 - Posted: 17 Feb 2013, 1:11:10 UTC - in response to Message 1339033.  

Winning.


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You'd have to be pretty squirrelly John.
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Message 1339036 - Posted: 17 Feb 2013, 1:13:10 UTC - in response to Message 1339035.  

Winning.


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Don't call me Shirley

You'd have to be pretty squirrelly John.

My master made me this collar...


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Message 1339038 - Posted: 17 Feb 2013, 1:15:20 UTC - in response to Message 1339033.  

Winning.


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Shirley You jest... ;)

Don't call me Shirley



Now who is Shirley anyway;)

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Message 1339043 - Posted: 17 Feb 2013, 1:25:00 UTC - in response to Message 1339038.  

Winning.


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Now who is Shirley anyway;)

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Message 1339046 - Posted: 17 Feb 2013, 1:33:48 UTC

Well I found out that My microwave oven only needed about 2 minutes to heat a frozen pre cooked pork patty.
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Message 1339047 - Posted: 17 Feb 2013, 1:38:47 UTC - in response to Message 1339046.  

Well I found out that My microwave oven only needed about 2 minutes to heat a frozen pre cooked pork patty.

That seems a bit long...


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Message 1339049 - Posted: 17 Feb 2013, 2:08:06 UTC - in response to Message 1339047.  
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Well I found out that My microwave oven only needed about 2 minutes to heat a frozen pre cooked pork patty.

That seems a bit long...

Lower voltage limits the power available from a domestic outlet.
When I lived there I noticed how much slower the kettles were.

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Message 1339050 - Posted: 17 Feb 2013, 2:14:44 UTC - in response to Message 1339049.  

Well I found out that My microwave oven only needed about 2 minutes to heat a frozen pre cooked pork patty.

That seems a bit long...

Lower voltage limits the power available from a domestic outlet.
When I lived there I noticed how much slower the kettles were.

Voltage * Current is the formula. Typical Household circuits in the US are 120V @ 20 amps max. Appliances tend to limit themselves to 15 amps or less because running much higher for long will trip the breaker.


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Message 1339052 - Posted: 17 Feb 2013, 2:31:33 UTC - in response to Message 1339050.  
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Well I found out that My microwave oven only needed about 2 minutes to heat a frozen pre cooked pork patty.

That seems a bit long...

Lower voltage limits the power available from a domestic outlet.
When I lived there I noticed how much slower the kettles were.

Voltage * Current is the formula. Typical Household circuits in the US are 120V @ 20 amps max. Appliances tend to limit themselves to 15 amps or less because running much higher for long will trip the breaker.

Standard UK outlets are 240v @ 13A (120 * 20 = 2400) < (240 * 13 = 3120)
Labelled wattage on my kettle = 3100 and using it does not trip the protection

.. nor dim the lights :) :)

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Message 1339055 - Posted: 17 Feb 2013, 3:03:16 UTC - in response to Message 1339052.  
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Well I found out that My microwave oven only needed about 2 minutes to heat a frozen pre cooked pork patty.

That seems a bit long...

Lower voltage limits the power available from a domestic outlet.
When I lived there I noticed how much slower the kettles were.

Voltage * Current is the formula. Typical Household circuits in the US are 120V @ 20 amps max. Appliances tend to limit themselves to 15 amps or less because running much higher for long will trip the breaker.

Standard UK outlets are 240v @ 13A (120 * 20 = 2400) < (240 * 13 = 3120)
Labelled wattage on my kettle = 3100 and using it does not trip the protection

.. nor dim the lights :) :)

Here the circuits are single ended in the houses and apartments, all circuits radiate from a breaker or fuse box here. Other places like industrial or commercial might be the same, but I don't know for sure, voltages and such may be different though. Batman is on tonight, the 'Penguin goes straight' is on tonight it seems... But is He?
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Message 1339057 - Posted: 17 Feb 2013, 3:07:35 UTC - in response to Message 1339055.  

Well I found out that My microwave oven only needed about 2 minutes to heat a frozen pre cooked pork patty.

That seems a bit long...

Lower voltage limits the power available from a domestic outlet.
When I lived there I noticed how much slower the kettles were.

Voltage * Current is the formula. Typical Household circuits in the US are 120V @ 20 amps max. Appliances tend to limit themselves to 15 amps or less because running much higher for long will trip the breaker.

Standard UK outlets are 240v @ 13A (120 * 20 = 2400) < (240 * 13 = 3120)
Labelled wattage on my kettle = 3100 and using it does not trip the protection

.. nor dim the lights :) :)

Here the circuits are single ended in the houses and apartments, all circuits radiate from a breaker or fuse box here. Other places like industrial or commercial might be the same, but I don't know for sure, voltages and such may be different though. Batman is on tonight, the Penguin has gone straight or so it seems...

The penguin does not ever go straight for long.


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Message 1339058 - Posted: 17 Feb 2013, 3:10:07 UTC - in response to Message 1339057.  

Well I found out that My microwave oven only needed about 2 minutes to heat a frozen pre cooked pork patty.

That seems a bit long...

Lower voltage limits the power available from a domestic outlet.
When I lived there I noticed how much slower the kettles were.

Voltage * Current is the formula. Typical Household circuits in the US are 120V @ 20 amps max. Appliances tend to limit themselves to 15 amps or less because running much higher for long will trip the breaker.

Standard UK outlets are 240v @ 13A (120 * 20 = 2400) < (240 * 13 = 3120)
Labelled wattage on my kettle = 3100 and using it does not trip the protection

.. nor dim the lights :) :)

Here the circuits are single ended in the houses and apartments, all circuits radiate from a breaker or fuse box here. Other places like industrial or commercial might be the same, but I don't know for sure, voltages and such may be different though. Batman is on tonight, the Penguin has gone straight or so it seems...

The penguin does not ever go straight for long.

No He's as crooked a bird as there ever was.
Pluto is still a planet

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Message 1339059 - Posted: 17 Feb 2013, 3:11:16 UTC - in response to Message 1339058.  

Well I found out that My microwave oven only needed about 2 minutes to heat a frozen pre cooked pork patty.

That seems a bit long...

Lower voltage limits the power available from a domestic outlet.
When I lived there I noticed how much slower the kettles were.

Voltage * Current is the formula. Typical Household circuits in the US are 120V @ 20 amps max. Appliances tend to limit themselves to 15 amps or less because running much higher for long will trip the breaker.

Standard UK outlets are 240v @ 13A (120 * 20 = 2400) < (240 * 13 = 3120)
Labelled wattage on my kettle = 3100 and using it does not trip the protection

.. nor dim the lights :) :)

Here the circuits are single ended in the houses and apartments, all circuits radiate from a breaker or fuse box here. Other places like industrial or commercial might be the same, but I don't know for sure, voltages and such may be different though. Batman is on tonight, the Penguin has gone straight or so it seems...

The penguin does not ever go straight for long.

No He's as crooked a bird as there ever was.

Somebody needs to talk to his miliner.


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Message 1339061 - Posted: 17 Feb 2013, 3:22:59 UTC - in response to Message 1339059.  
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Well I found out that My microwave oven only needed about 2 minutes to heat a frozen pre cooked pork patty.

That seems a bit long...

Lower voltage limits the power available from a domestic outlet.
When I lived there I noticed how much slower the kettles were.

Voltage * Current is the formula. Typical Household circuits in the US are 120V @ 20 amps max. Appliances tend to limit themselves to 15 amps or less because running much higher for long will trip the breaker.

Standard UK outlets are 240v @ 13A (120 * 20 = 2400) < (240 * 13 = 3120)
Labelled wattage on my kettle = 3100 and using it does not trip the protection

.. nor dim the lights :) :)

Here the circuits are single ended in the houses and apartments, all circuits radiate from a breaker or fuse box here. Other places like industrial or commercial might be the same, but I don't know for sure, voltages and such may be different though. Batman is on tonight, the Penguin has gone straight or so it seems...

The penguin does not ever go straight for long.

No He's as crooked a bird as there ever was.

Somebody needs to talk to his milliner.

His Top Hat is a bright shade of Violet this time, He's after a lady's jewel necklace.
Pluto is still a planet

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