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Frankie 5 month s ago
#4 those poles that block cars are bollards
       
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Tranquilla 5 month s ago
#18 ??????????????
       
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Cissy 5 month s ago
Tranquilla, yup...wrong photo!
       
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Gabe 5 month s ago
#20 Only in Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay, the whole country. And southern Brazil. It's the most popular drink, kind of replacement for cafe and tea, and you drink it with friends, coworkers and the "straw" (called bombilla) is shared. If you arrive to a place, even with people you don't know it's not well seen if you don't accept a mate (even with people you don't know, not oboviously because of COVID), is an act of confidence and friendship. You can drink it bitter with no gugar or with sugar (the tradition says it should be "amargo" with no sugar at all. There is a big insdutry behind mate in these countries.
       
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"What does this wall switch with circle dial and fuse do? Found in 1950s house."

A: "I have something similar in my house built in the 1950’s and the dial would select the circuit and the button on the bottom would turn the circuit on and off. In my case it could comtrol 80% of the lights in my house. They took the wiring down from 110-120v to 24v and used tones of small wires. You probably have some relay boxes in a closet somewhere unless the house was rewired."

 

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