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Internet of Things botnets: You ain’t seen nothing yet

Roland6 Silver badge

Trouble is, that's not as reliable as you think.

But it is very rare for the wet wear to totally fail and you arrive home and the cupboard is totally empty - even having arrived home after several weeks abroad. But in these circumstances there are local shops, restaurants, fast food outlets, the neighbours and if it really is the wee small hours then going without food for a couple hours before places open for breakfast isn't really a hardship.

With children, I've found there is always something in the cupboard - children can easily be satisfied by a bowl of crunchy nut cornflakes or chocolate cereals before bed, or a some pasta covered in a tin of sauce...

I've found that the next day the wet wear is back to normal and doesn't forget to take you via the shops...

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