Don't feel bad. Some write in what sometimes probably appears as riddles to those who are not in the know. Maybe most of us realise that blue text in a post may be (or may not be - This is not a link ) a link, but some (presumably like yourself) clearly don't. That's when why I do it I almost always include something like "(click here)".I didn't realise the hidden depths post, but thank you for it.
And some people write in ways which web browsers have been rendering as hyperlinks for about 25 years.Some write in what sometimes probably appears as riddles to those who are not in the know.
By "Most of us", you do realise that you mean "Most of the people in the world who have been using graphical web browsers since about 1993"?Maybe most of us realise that blue text in a post may be (or may not be - This is not a link ) a link, but some (presumably like yourself) clearly don't.
I have just 'renovated' one of my rental flats and intended replacing the storage heaters, by coincidence I assisted with such a similar job in between the decision to change and actually starting. Yes I agree the quality has dropped considerably so instead I stripped the casings off and took them to be resprayed. I kept the knobs and switches from the other job too, they now look like new and at a total cost of just under £90.So you haven't installed any storage heaters yet. You often need to cut the carpet so that the legs are on the floor, otherwise they'll sink into the carpet and underlay when the bricks go in. Obviously, you're fitting them during the day, so there's no power going through, so you can't test them till the power comes on at night. They are all much of a much, but I fitted a Dimplex recently, and the quality has gone down horrendously.
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