Should you require my services to take arms against your sea of troubles, then consider me all tooled up and prepared to involve myself in a melee.
I remain of course your humble etc etc.
woodie Wrote:exactly what I thought Woodie! There seemed to be thousands of them in the sky!
Hi Shu. one thing, its been mentioned here about
how many planes there are above us here. in a
powercut you notice them much more.
nunheadbelle Wrote:They may not have had a generator. I am on Limesford Road and we got a dip and surge. Very strange - I was standing talking to my family after getting in from work and the lights dimmed for a few seconds. At the same time that they brightened the subwoofer connected to my PC made a very strange subwoofer sound. Then every thing was nornal again
We had a powercut on Ivydale Road at about...
7.30pm, it lasted about 20 minutes. I dashed
straight for my box of emergency candles and lit
as couple, was very romantic.
Looked out the window to see if it was just us or
the whole street, it was the whole street. I went
outside in bare feet but either nobody else had
noticed or they were all asleep, because no one
came out for about 10 minutes until my neighbour
made an appearance and we discussed the situation
in the dark. The only light was from the passing
cars... and the pub funnily enough (we decided
they must have a generator, can't stop those beer
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... checks the forkcandles supply...
woodie Wrote:Em... If my PC is not working then how would I have accessed this life saving gem of information . . . ?
sure, thats why i mentioned the smu reset..so any
similar people such as I will not have to pay a
fortune to get the machines going again. cheers
though. glad to know youre around if needed.