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The poll missed the reason I last shut off my computer: facility mods. I had to change the light switch in my study. We only use 110V in the US, but I rather dislike the feeling of line voltage coursing through my body, so I pulled the breaker, and my computer is on the same circuit as the light switch.


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Any New York City or Connecticut area jobs? I'm currently unemployed.


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in thread My computer's last downtime was due to... by wardk

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