Well, he asked for it.
The electric tea-kettle being put on the stove is the one that leapt (with the aid of a board-member) into my brain first. I'll find the page number when I get home from work, if someone hasn't beat me to it.
Originally posted by tigerstripes:
Page 46, a bit beneath the middle of the page, new paragraph:
Damien's kettle starts to whistle. She takes it off the burner and fills the pot.
Originally posted by Gromit:
Although it's not a typo, Cayce's musing about a "Vauxhall Wyburn" jars a bit given she's meant to be acutely sensitive to branding (there's no such model). And I know I originally said I didn't care about it - I'm quite happy to be inconsistent.
I've never seen a UK plug with a switch on.
Originally posted by mc:
Airliners don't fly hundreds of thousands of feet above the ocean. Tens of thousands?
Japan uses a mixture of CDMA, PDC, and PHS standard phones. Europe uses GSM, and America a mixture of CDMA, GSM, and D-AMPS (TDMA). It's therefore possible to get a phone that will operate in the US/Europe or US/Japan, but not Japan/Europe (or all three).