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Discussion in 'Electronics, Hardware & Software' started by woodwormm, 13/1/13.

 

  1. QldKev

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    Posted 28/2/13
    I hear m3taL also works on power lines
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  2. Black Devil Dog

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    Posted 28/2/13
    Some of us are all too quick to point out debatable shortcomings of other peoples brewing techniques, but are then happy to let them potentially fry themselves, their family, their visitors and maybe burn down their neighbourhood.

    How ironic.
     
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  3. benno1973

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    Posted 28/2/13
    At least that one's in a box of sorts.
     
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  4. Nick JD

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    Posted 28/2/13
    Seeing as I advocate quite possibly the most clandestine brewing method on this forum, I'm gonna guess you are not familiar with the correct meaning of ironic.
     
  5. barls

    causer of chaos and mayhem

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    Posted 28/2/13
    branching in to data cabling as well i hear
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  6. dicko

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    Posted 28/2/13
    I thought we were talking about a suspected, less than safe electrical fit up, not someone who documented an already well known method for brewing in a bag in a small pot on a stove...

    "Insert a big "smilie" emoticon here as I am currently using my IPad and have no access to this function"

    Cheers
     
  7. Nick JD

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    Posted 28/2/13
    In your kitchen there's a 240V appliance that has completely exposed live wires about 30mm from your fingers.

    Email your local MP to complain about the dangers.

    M3tal's wiring is correct, and won't cause a fire. Only problem is if a 6'8" child gets on top of his fridge and starts chewing on the chocolate wire. Not fucking likely.

    Put it in a jiffy box and the risk is under the rug.

    Just get RID OF THAT DAMNED TOASTER! :p
     
  8. Cube

    SAY MY NAME, BITCH

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    Posted 28/2/13
    http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4976
     
  9. dicko

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    Posted 28/2/13
    Hi Cube,
    I just tried it on here in a new post and the emoticons didn't work, or at least did not appear on my post, so I deleted it.

    It does state in the instructions that the icons may not work or may appear as some other figure.

    Cheers
     
  10. Amber Fluid

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    Posted 28/2/13
    Or if a child pulls the cord from the bottom near the power outlet..... you don't need to be tall to get at these! I know, my 2yo pulled mine off the top of the fridge so it can happen and kids do climb on chairs or anything they get to and drag to where they want.

    I am bewildered that an Electrical Fitter who is married with 5 young kids seems pretty blasé about it. :blink:
     
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  11. Cube

    SAY MY NAME, BITCH

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    Posted 1/3/13
    Ok - some websites may ignore them. iMessages, txting etc all work fine. Hit and miss on websites by the sounds of it.
     
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  12. MaltyHops

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    Posted 2/3/13
    Isn't this just someone testing if their spaghetti is cooked "al dente" or not?
     
  13. homebrewkid

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    so thats the way its going to be now with this pro thingy hey




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    im amazed no-one has asked why he didnt spend another $2 to get a lead the dog hasnt chewed on.

    cheers: HBK
     
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  14. Yob

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    Posted 29/3/13
    I'm no plugging my hfat into that thanx..
     
  15. Cocko

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    Posted 29/3/13
    Gotta be careful what you plug your hfat's in to aye mate!
     
  16. Yob

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    Posted 29/3/13
    After that one time in Thailand when I plugged my hfat into....
     
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