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Thread: Canadian Voltages & Frequency?

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    Canadian Voltages & Frequency?

    Title says it all...

    You guys on 120V 50/60Hz? Specifically Niagara & PEI... I have a plug adapter, just making sure I don't need a voltage adapter, too.

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    No differences between one side of the border and the other, other than whatever line fluctuations might occur. Same voltage, same plugs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Hammer View Post
    No differences between one side of the border and the other, other than whatever line fluctuations might occur. Same voltage, same plugs.
    And better fishing, better cheese, real maple syrup and friendlier people. Oh, and perhaps the quality of current leadership
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    Better music, better TV, better rap...

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    And when Brian Cranston gets there they'll have the blue meth too.
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    I was referencing Cranston's inclination to emigrate to Canada in light of Trumps election. Pretty easy to miss the possibility that others didn't know he said such.

    And Lemmy's word should always be trusted. So I guess Brian can rest easy on that front
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    Well I hope we get the Heisenberg Cranston and not the Power Rangers Cranston.
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    Lemmy was the 8th wonder of the world. The fact he survived as long as he did, given his lifestyle, is certainly cause for scientific study. No embalming necessary.
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    That reminds me of when Jerry Garcia died. A dead head friend of mine said "It's just so sad. No one expected this." I replied "Yeah, because he was such a health nut."
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