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Is this radio original?

Discussion in 'Interior' started by jjester6000, Feb 10, 2020.

  1. Raybo135

    Raybo135 Full Access Member

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    Stay in school and pay attention, you need some more teaching! ! ! It is "Realized", not "Realised" in your first post.(unless you are from England). Here it is "literally" not "litterially" and I haven't read the rest of your quotes, but spelling is not your strong suit!!! But nice radio and the PO did a nice job installing it!
     
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    Let's see pics of the rest of your truck. I can tell you one thing here on SB, WE LOVE PICS! This is our porn!
     
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    Nope, that is a stock cover plate for when you didn't order one with a radio, like me, I was going to put in a really nice radio. Not that factory junk. (Silly me, I never did get a good one) I have a stock one that I got with my original 1976 I bought in Dec. 1975.
     
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    Her's some more truck porn.

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    Those darn English. Always spelling in strange ways and adding all those extra “U’s” to words.
    They can’t even say aluminum right.

    Edit to add.
    I will admit I find it amazing that some people manage to spell words wrong these days. Each device used to type these messages comes with an auto spell check.
     
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    i post using my ibm selectric iii.

    ;)
     
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    I’ve had this thought in general about the newest generation coming up and all I can think is “Thank God these kids aren’t responsible for writing our Constitution and Bill of Rights, we’d be completely screwed” It must be a flaw in the education system because it seems to be very common.

    edit: I think I should add that this young man is better than most as far as grammar and spelling goes and my criticism wasn’t directed at him but at the state of written communication these days.
     
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    At least he uses punctuation. I can handle misspelled words a lot better than run on sentences that are about a paragraph long. Lol

    I'm not the best speller myself but, use punctuation and you can get your point across. I blame texting and liberal teachers(mostly liberal teachers)for this.

    I see it in comments on Facebook, YouTube and other places. Pretty annoying.
     
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    Last year at graduation time we sent cards to 3 or 4 of our Grandsons good friends(had known them since 1st grade). My wife wrote and signed in cursive, not a single one of them could READ it!!!!! All of them went to my daughter and had her interpret for them. My daughter is an English teacher at the local high school. I told her she was part of the problem.......THAT went over well!!!
     
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