Talkin' 'Bout Electricity

Apparently, if you're going to talk about electricity, you should do it correctly. Or at least do it in such a fashion that no one notices your mistakes for a few decades. The CPSC is recalling some books published by Oxmoor House on home wiring, the first of which were published in 1975. Maybe I'm odd, but I'm thinking perhaps the problem isn't all that severe if it took everybody 35 years to figure it out.

I'm also thinking it might be nice to know just what portion of the books was incorrect. After all, people may have used the books as a guide. They might like to know if they did something wrong. Instead, you'll just get a refund and wonder forever if what you did was the problem. Oh, well. Don't throw the toaster in the tub and you'll probably be okay.



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