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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I think we seem to have more of a standard in Aus - hot is on the left (or top) and cold on the right (or bottom) Okay so there are the occasional dodgy home plumbers around but I'd say it's pretty standard in public places. There are also laws about how hot the hot water is so you're unlikely to burn yourself - kids are equally at risk. You can also get braille taps and a lot of lifts I've seen lately have braille.
    I found it a little disconcerting in Amsterdam and Nodnol to find the taps either the opposit
    • In the southern and western United States, hot is usually on the left. Times when it is not appears to be when someone who didn't know any better installed them.

      Another pet peeve of mine is when they install the knobs to turn the wrong direction. Counter clockwise should be on, clockwise off. Or maybe it's "turn the top outward." I forget. But I can tell when it's wrong. :)

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