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On 05/02/01 06:56, Vincent Campbell said this-
>Why are light switches uniformly down to switch on and up to switch off?
In the US, it's up is on, and down is off. Or in is on and out is off.
It's the other way around in your parts?
Well, you drive on the wrong side of the road, too....
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