Winslow went on to tell me he felt the demise of Scranton wasn’t because of the people who lived here; it was the pseudo display of self they exhibited to others. It reminded me of the cast on “The Office.” When I think of it, these people don’t seem to display a real identity besides their obvious quirks. Do quirks parlay themselves into an obvious unique identity? Not according to Winslow.
When I was 13, I had a paper route in West Scranton. One of my customers said, “John, I have something for you!” To my dismay, my customer gave me a clipping from “The Scranton Times.” It had my name in the quarterly listing of students who also made honor roll that quarter. This customer continued to do so each quarter until I quit my paper route when i was 16.
As explained earlier, your car will not start and your doors will not open if the codes in the remote and the receiver do not match. This being said, it cannot be duplicated, and no one has access to the codes except the manufacturer. It will be all but impossible for your car to be stolen.