Re: Holy shit, I went to a Fry's electronics

Jimmy Cincinnati /

That being said I'd love to be able to buy vacuum tubes on prime.

Ebay will have them... it amazes me people love Amazon so much when ebay is cheaper on 95% of what your looking for.

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> Jimmy Cincinnati Wrote:

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> That being said I'd love to be able to buy vacuum tubes on prime.

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> Ebay will have them... it amazes me people love Amazon so much when ebay

> is cheaper on 95% of what your looking for.

*You're*

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Jimmy Cincinnati /

English was never my thing... yet somehow i got straight A's in my college english classes???

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Overpriced Parts /

> __̴ı̴̴̡̡̡ ̡͌l̡̡̡ ̡͌l̡*̡̡ ̴̡ı̴̴̡ ̡̡͡|̲̲̲͡͡͡ ̲▫̲͡ ̲͡ ̲̲̲͡͡π̲̲͡͡ ̲̲͡▫̲̲͡͡ ̲|̡̡̡ ̡ ̴̡ı̴̡̡ ̡͌l̡̡̡̡.__ Wrote:

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> yer

Relatives in Pennsylvania and the Amish around here say: You’uns or “Yon’uns guys”

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^ Because no one cares about grammar or spelling anymore.

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Jimmy Cincinnati /

^ Because no one cares about grammar or spelling anymore.

I find that the people that do care, tend not to be people that are fun to talk to anyway.

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Overpriced Parts /

> Stephen Keller Wrote:

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> ^ Because no one cares about grammar or spelling anymore.

No one cares about using turn signals or staying in their lane anymore either,

Went to a couple stores yesterday and just came back from the doctor today nothing but jerky last minute lane changes with no signaling,

People going left of center right at you without stopping to avoid these hundreds of Amazon delivery trucks as well as FedEx, Dhl, UPS, USPS, that just stop dead in front of a house or business on streets and even main drags blocking up everything,

When roads were built they weren’t built with truck delivery lanes in mind and now a lot of cities and places are putting in bicycle lanes so taking more of the curb away so delivery trucks can basically block both sides of a road

So not only is there less and less brick and mortar stores to go to, going to one is nuts,

Bring on the flying cars that were promised when I was a kid,

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" bring on the flying cars" not unless they are fully autonomous, most people can't safely drive on the ground, mush less fly! Think of bar close.... :D

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> Jimmy Cincinnati Wrote:

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> ^ Because no one cares about grammar or spelling anymore.

>

> I find that the people that do care, tend not to be people that are fun

> to talk to anyway.

It is a very interesting shift, poor grammar/spelling used to be an indicator of a lack of education, now it seems to just be a sign of the further relaxing of societal norms, you even see misspellings in news articles, wtf? Not saying it is good or bad, but it definitely is a "thing". Personally I blame auto-correct... ;)

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Yea spell check have made everyone lazy, most people I talk to don’t have the vocabulary of a 5th grader. Granted I usually only talk to people after I’ve had a couple. The whole trend of emojis is a sign that humans are reverting back to our original way of communicating with one another via a universal language such as cuneiform or hieroglyphs. It’s gonna be pretty tight in 40,000 years someone finds a cave carving of a poop emoji over a skeleton with his head beaten with a rock and be like dang, this guy had it coming, he was a dick.

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> Daniel '' Wrote:

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> Yea spell check have made everyone lazy, most people I talk to don’t

> have the vocabulary of a 5th grader. Granted I usually only talk to

> people after I’ve had a couple. The whole trend of emojis is a sign that

> humans are reverting back to our original way of communicating with one

> another via a universal language such as cuneiform or hieroglyphs. It’s

> gonna be pretty tight in 40,000 years someone finds a cave carving of a

> poop emoji over a skeleton with his head beaten with a rock and be like

> dang, this guy had it coming, he was a dick.

They'll be too lazy to carve anything.

More likely to find the ruins of an empty Fry's Store since they seem to last forever.

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Anyone remember Michael’s? I feel like the building in my home town is still vacant after 20 years.

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Yeah I remember them there's still one in Silverdale...

What about Ben Franklin! That place was the shit

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^ they are long gone....I do remember them though.

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