I've had better Stilton, but this is also the only Stilton I've had since moving out of the UK, so I'll take it
Know what doesn't feel like the be Tube? The U-Bahn tunnels. Heavenly cool
(mostly they come from embedded devices. And, of course, things using USB Ethernet adapters. They just don't normally completely break networks)
First thing I noticed when I stepped out of a plane in London was how much "fresher" the air felt.
(Approx 30 minutes later I could feel the crap in my throat, of course)
So I immediately suspected that the difference was _probably_ humidity, but its good to have confirmation
German friends, how are residential house circuits usually divided up over here?
Reason being that in this house it seems that in some of the rooms, the lights and sockets share an MCB. That feels weird to me as someone from the UK - typically lights are on a separate circuit so if the lights trip you can still plug in a lamp, and if the sockets trip you can still turn on the lights.
(For similar "not plunging people into darkness requiring torches" reasons, recently wired UK houses tend to have one RCD with upstairs lights + downstairs sockets on, and a second RCD with upstairs sockets + downstairs lights on. In slightly older installations, you only have one RCD but lights are excluded from it)
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