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On 11/09/2018 at 9:37 PM, andyr said:

 

No, I don't think so.  But who/what is 'Ron'?

 

Andy

 

 

On 11/09/2018 at 10:46 PM, frankn said:

LateRon ???

yes - "later on" - sorry - old school rhyming slang

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4 minutes ago, almikel said:

 

yes - "later on" - sorry - old school rhyming slang

I knew exactly what you meant. My old man was a Londoner. 

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22 minutes ago, frankn said:

I knew exactly what you meant. My old man was a Londoner. 

 

Not 'Londoner' - "cockney"!  😁  My old man was born within the sound of Bow bells!

 

Andy

 

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Actually @andyr cockney rhyming English (slang) was in use all over London and into the suburbs in early 19th century. 

It is associated with the language of the working class in and around London. 

I know exactly what defines a cockney since a number of my extended family “qualify” - with a number still living there. 

I use the term Londoner as per the song:

 

Maybe it's because I'm a Londoner
That I love London so
Maybe it's because I'm a Londoner
That I think of her wherever I go
I get a funny feeling inside of me
Just walking up and down
Maybe it's because I'm a Londoner
That I love London town

Maybe it's because I'm a Londoner
That I love London so
Maybe it's because I'm a Londoner
That I think of her wherever I go
I get a funny feeling inside of me
Just walking up or down
Maybe it's because I'm a Londoner
That I love London Town

 

 

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On 04/09/2018 at 4:00 PM, Anthony1 said:

Some auto suggestion as it wasn’t mentioned:
Isn’t it best that each dedicated HiFi circuit has its own earth spike as close as possible to the GPO.

No.

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Zap, what are you saying ‘no’ too?

a) that a dedicated HiFi circuit doesn’t need a dedicated earth ?
Or
B) If you decide to have 2 dedicated circuits adjacent to one another then 1 earth spike is sufficient ?

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18 minutes ago, Anthony1 said:

Zap, what are you saying ‘no’ too?

a) that a dedicated HiFi circuit doesn’t need a dedicated earth ?
Or
B) If you decide to have 2 dedicated circuits adjacent to one another then 1 earth spike is sufficient ?

All the above. Power point earths, in Australia, are all run back to the switchboard, to a common earth (MEN system). ALL qualified electricians know how to run such a system to meet with the appropriate regulations. Over-thinking and over-complicating the mains power is not necessary.

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