Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by KM6CND, Jun 10, 2019.
..are you saying if dyslexics unite, we will unravel the gordian knot of the world's problems?
I learned this from 30 years as a newspaper pressman. Bosses hated the fact that papers on the desk were easily read by pressmen when called into the office
Neither is right or wrong. Kenwood and Yaesu just do it differently. A lesson in the degree of our assumptions, maybe, but just move on.
Yes I had the print manual and I did not see it, I assumed, yes I know it means making an "Ass out of You and Me".
I should have remembered in the days as a Shade Tree Mechanic, Cylinder #1 on a V-6 or V-8 may not be the one you think it is...
Did you hear about the dyslexic who walked into a bra?
Well we all make assumptions all the time. We really couldn't function in life without assuming a great deal. It's just that sometimes we're wrong.
...bunch of lysdexics on the forum...
I would never, EVER try to hook up an unfamiliar radio without first undermining the proper connections. Sometimes referred to as "RTFM," but the manuals for the radios ARE available on the I'net.
Read the manual, first? Turn in your "man card", dude. : )
At least SOME of us live to tell about it. YOUR idea of a "man card" can often be fatal. (Now, THAT is a "MAN" if I ever bereaved him.)