Let me count the ways

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  1. I can totally relate. When I lived in Manchester I did not know how to operate half the things there. And I think what happened with me and England was that I felt that it was too much work and I decided my life was much better and easier in Canada than in the UK. But this (the switches and powering stuff) was probably the life changer. If only I had been a little bit more patient!
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  2. The British love of ugly, unreliable radiators is baffling to me. They’re a crappy way to heat your house, and incredibly finicky.

    In truth, the entire British relationship to hot and cold is strangely neurotic: obsessiveness about the temperature of tea, separate taps for hot and cold water, and so forth.
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