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What does "RR" stand for? It is on the monchrome display when I turn on the "R"ear def"R"oster??????
 

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Gonzo-

We can have a lot of fun with that one... Rear Rindow? Nah, that's not nice.

Actually, I think it is just an abbreviation for ReaR.

The front defrost icon on the display has no abbreviation associated with it.

Who really knows?

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I am reminded of the owners manual for an old Subaru that continually referred to the gRove box.
 

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Right Rear Door

Rear View Mirror

Right Rear Tire
 

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What does "RR" stand for?
Typical, coming from a person in the Boston area. :2:

I grew up in Mass as well and have never used my "R's" either. So I'm no help.:rolleyes:
 

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It's not so much that Bostonians don't use R's.
It's just that they take them out and save them.
Then, later, they use them in odd places. ;)

I still remember Jack Kennedy referring to "Cuber" during the missile crisis.

Homer
 

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zebelkhan said:

Naah...those would be:

RRRR
RRRRR and
RRRR

:2:

Hehehehehee. :2:
 

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I still remember Jack Kennedy referring to "Cuber" during the missile crisis.
Wow that's pretty bad. Everyone knows that it is spelled/pronounced "CubaR" :D

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hfelknor, Great to see you posting.
 

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As a born and bred Bostonian, I must take issue with the Kennedy reference. The Kennedys are the only ones who talk that way. That's not to say that the Boston accent doesn't exist....it's just that the Kennedy accent and the Boston accent are not one and the same.

And I won't even get into a discussion about Cliff the Mailman's accent.....that's Hollywood's idea of the Boston accent.
 

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hfelknor said:
It's not so much that Bostonians don't use R's.
It's just that they take them out and save them.
Then, later, they use them in odd places. ;)

Homer
I figured they sent the R's to New Yorkers. You know, for soder (soda), camerer (camera), etc.

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