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Tag Archives: utility bills
A very smart young man called Josh rang our bell today. He was wearing a transparent full face visor which was a nice touch rather than a mask as at least he didn’t look like a bandit. He was very … Continue reading
You may remember this post about these little darlings I’d rather have a tube of these but sadly it is not to be. Mt Smart Man was due today between 8 am and midday. As it was raining, we rang … Continue reading
At the moment, we are on a fixed rate tariff with our energy supplier which is working out exceedingly well and we are bang on budget. This is due to expire at the end of October and unless we arrange … Continue reading
I’m old enough to remember the old phone boxes with buttons A and B and a shelf for telephone directories. Calls were coppers (I think 4d, being thruppence and a penny), and if you pushed button B, sometimes you got … Continue reading
We received an email today with our recent energy bill, despite it only being 17 days since the last one. Such is technology when you provide a meter reading and two weeks later they ask for another one and thus … Continue reading
I’ve commented before on how mild it’s been recently, and today is no exception. Although not warm enough to get the washing dry on the line, it’s not cold enough to be wearing thermals, thick jumpers, woolly scarves, heavy coats, … Continue reading
Our energy supplier sent me an estimated bill today and has decided to reduce our monthly Direct Debit by almost 50%. That’s all well and good, but with the winter months not that far away and us not wishing to … Continue reading
How do you perceive it? Greed as in stuffing your face silly with food, or financial greed from the Utility Companies, Banks or private enterprise? Bus fares rise because fewer people are using the service. Perhaps fewer people are using … Continue reading