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From: "PJK :o))" <>
Subject: Re: [trivvies] Running The Home
Date: Wed, 4 Jun 2003 19:17:11 +0100
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lol !!! You fool !!!
in Kent, UK
Your county needs YOU !!! http://freecen.rootsweb.com
> So do I, I spent hours measuring and re-measuring my house to ensure
> that the fire I lit was bang in the middle, can't get no more central
> than that. ;-))
> PJK :o)) wrote:
> > Hexcuse ME !!! As the wife of a Heating Engineer Trainer/Assessor, I
> > great exception to that remark !!!!
> > These days, our central heating systems are very good. They only get
> > *unsophisticated* if you don't bother having them serviced or when they
> > old. To fit a system, you have to have loads of qualifications & re-take
> > them every 5 years.
> > So there !!!
> > In case you're wondering what a Trainer/Assessor does, he teaches &
> > heating engineers. Over here, they have to pass all the exams, or they
> > join CORGI - the Council for Registered Gas Installers - & if they don't
> > join Corgi, they can't work. By law, ALL gas fitters MUST be CORGI
> > Registered.
> > Pat.xxx :o))
> > in Kent, UK
> > Your county needs YOU !!! http://freecen.rootsweb.com
> >>I guess our "central heating" is more sophistocated than in the older
> > homes in the UK.
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