On Thu, 29 Sep 2016 01:28:59 +0100, "James Wilkinson Sword"
The conduit goes directly into the wet niche and the cord to the lamp
runs through the flooded conduit. That is why the junction box has to
be elevated above the water line. There is pool water in the conduit.
With a pool light, there is a light housing and a "niche". The housing is a sealed enclosure with SOOW (or
equivalent) cable supplying power to the light circuit. The niche is a non sealed cavity with conduit
attached leading to the power supply.
The waterproof cable threads through the conduit and the sealed housing mounts to the niche. The housing is
equipped with enough extra cable, stored in the niche, to allow the enclosure to be removed and serviced on
the dry surface surrounding the pool.
Considering the caustic nature of the chemicals used in pool water, this approach is brilliant in it's
simplicity and safety.
Hang on, someone in this group said you died on a roof.
Two blondes are racing down a bumpy back road in a pretty beat up car down to a bank they're going to rob.
"Drive slower" pleads the one in the passenger seat, "I don't want all the nitro in the boot to explode."
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Subject: death in group
Date: Thu, 04 Aug 2016 17:32:58 +0100
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Posted Jul. 25, 2016 at 10:32 AM
PENN YAN –
Penn Yan Police have identified the man who died last week the roof of
the Walgreen's Drug Store on the corner of Liberty and Elm Streets in
Police Chief Mark Hulse reports that Christopher A. Young, 54, of
Farmington, was admitted to the roof of Walgreens by internal access
Tuesday, July 19 to clean the roof drains. There he suffered a heart
related incident and died.
As an independent contractor hired by the Walgreens Corp., Hulse says no
one at the store knew Young's name nor noticed when he did not come down
from the roof. Young's unattended vehicle was later reported to police
who attempted to contact him, but the connection to the man who went up
on the roof was not made until store employees checked the store
security video, and then discovered his body on the roof at 2:10 p.m.
Young's name was withheld by police until his family had been notified.
He lived alone with no one to report him missing. Hulse says Young had
only a sister living near him, but it was not unusual for them to be out
of touch for periods of time.
Young's body was removed to Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital where
the post mortem was performed by a local pathologist, Dr. Dean, who
ruled the death to be by natural causes related to the heart.
Local Walgreens store management referred all questions to Walgreen’s
Corporation Media Relations Dept. personnel, who refused to comment.
Women claim that they never pursue a man. Well, by the same token, a mousetrap never pursues a mouse, but the end result is
It's a razor blade manufacturer you ignoranus.
My younger sister was having one of her first gynecological appointments and she had some questions for the doctor.
"Doctor" she asked, "I can't ask my parents, They would kill me but my boyfriend wants to have anal sex. I don't know what to tell him, I mean I don't know anything about it. Can I get pregnant?"
The kindly old doctor smiled whimsically and replied "Of course, you can my dear. Where do you think lawyers come from?"
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