My 9p hamhock wasn't on the internet, nor was my 9p rack of ribs, nor my 9p chicken breasts(all from Morrisons at the end of the day), my 49p/100g ham wasn't on Ocado's website(knuckle ends on the Waitrose fresh meat counter - always check - if there's less than 250g less they'll sell it at 49p/100g) , nor freshly cooked french stick ..... other than that I can completely see your point of view:whistling:
Thanks edi, great news.;-)
Still around .. :)
ur reply was much appreciated...
BC = Bayonet Cup and ES = Edison Screw. Here is a dummy's guide: http://www.lightbulbs-direct.com/article_view.asp?ArticleID=12. About your other question, it is the total wattage that determines the electricity cost...doesn't matter if it is 10,000 bulbs of 1 W each or 1 bulb of 10,000W. Enegry saving lamps save energy because for example an 11W bulb consumes 11W of energy but gives an equivalent light intensity equal to a 60W incandescent (traditional) bulb.