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    My order of ten lightbulbs came in the post yesterday. £160 including delivery, pricey, but my aren't they a thing of beauty. Got some squirrel cage filaments and a mega large globe with hand stitched filament - mmm,

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    Contrary to popular belief Edison did not invent the tungsten light bulb. Edison was the Bill Gates of the time and he used to pinch other peoples inventions.

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    Not only that but Edison was a right @$%££$£ by demonstrating the danger of AC via electrocution of Topsy the elephant

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