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2 minutes ago, Pilotman said:

Yes, true, but the tragedy is that their 'exacting standards' still manage to kill people almost every day. 

It's  a measure of the lack of trust in technology that I have here, that if I am emptying the washing machine, unconsciously, I first disconnect it from the power, making sure that I don't touch the casing of the machine. Sad but true.  

What about when you are in the shower in a hotel and the waters a bit hot ?

Adjust the setting and risk electrocution or suffer with the hot water  

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So many ways to die in Thailand,not only in the car but while washing it !,  "that didn't meet the Thai's exacting standards." 5555555 regards worgeordie   

Don't know which is more shocking - Thailand claiming to have 'high standards' or a Thai guy actually washing his own car. 

substandard foreign tools   Read : Chinese 

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11 minutes ago, CorpusChristie said:

What about when you are in the shower in a hotel and the waters a bit hot ?

Adjust the setting and risk electrocution or suffer with the hot water  

We have water heaters in each of our house bathrooms, but I never use them.  The water coming in the mains inlet is warm enough. 

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2 hours ago, JoePai said:

substandard foreign tools

 

Read : Chinese 

what else could it be, from big boss China 555

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2 hours ago, JoePai said:

substandard foreign tools

 

Read : Chinese 

Not yet, Thai is difficult enough as it is.

 

I can't make out this at all:

I had my leg X-rayed today. The doctor told me: "Your patella only measures 2.54cm."
"Inch high knees?" I exclaimed in surprise.
The doctor replied: "你的髕骨尺寸為2.54厘米"

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Renting 4 different houses over 15 years i lost count of the electric shocks i had, One was only 4 years old with 3 pin sockets, Not even an earth cable behind any socket,

It was necessary to stand on a rubber matt to open the fridge.

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2 minutes ago, Pilotman said:

and there's the worrying thing,  I haven't stopped yet, although, for some reason, most of my family won't fly with me, except my son, and he's a nutter !! 

and you didn't wonder why the family took the drastic decision 555

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1 minute ago, Mavideol said:

and you didn't wonder why the family took the drastic decision 555

No.  I haven't really lost my long ingrained habit in an aircraft,  of looking at the world upside down.  That never played well with Mrs P, who prefers life to be the right way up. She should have sussed this out when we bought the Slingsby Firefly a good few years back. 

 

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