I showed a veterinarian friend, (recent immigrant, educated here) how to change the fluorescent lamps in his office. He called and told me that he was having problems, they "aren't like the tube lamps". It was a 60A19.(Edison base 60 watt incandescent) This guy has 4 Degrees, is a well respected Doctor, but apparently none in screwing in a light bulb.
#7951 - 03/02/0212:11 AMRe: A Blonde Lightbulb Joke ..
I had someone call once that was having a problem with misc Light Fixtures around the house. He (Banker/Stockbroker) had been living in this New Home for several months and was noticing that fixtures seemed to stop working in different areas of the House for no reason.
You may have guessed by now, ... the bulbs were starting to burn out. (They did not know that bulbs had to be replaced!)
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#7952 - 03/02/0211:51 AMRe: A Blonde Lightbulb Joke ..
That's what 'ya get for settling for bass. VK, from what I gather you could rip a good lead, or piano, (it's all in the head) Run like heck. George isn't gonna be able to get you quite yet. Where you gonna hide? George, hope it's way better for you...S
#7955 - 03/02/0206:41 PMRe: A Blonde Lightbulb Joke ..
GEEEEEEEEEZ, ya miss a coupla days Sparky, is that an electric harmonica? If not, we could make it so.
The world revolves around Electrical Inspectors? I'm glad all are beginning to realize that, 'bout time
Moral of the leg story, NEVER break one after 40. It's been since 1/21 and I still am not allowed to walk on it, doc says if the swelling goes down, I can go back to work on limited duty (Like I was gonna do a bunch anyway).
I ain't moving YET Sparky (actually I would like to) but don't forget - I don't have anything to do, and I don't live far. Stay awake my friend, and VERY alert.