Last edited by 89Mach1; 11-09-2008 at 03:54 PM.
[QUOTE=TEAMBAJA;2735031]Well, at least I learned something from this thread.
Chin Strap Beards! Never heard that before.
Chicks sure dig em ,especially when ya leave enuf for the Kitty tickler LMAO
Take it from someone that is much older than you....you would been better off paying prostock his 14,000 back and an extra 1,000 to keep this off the forums.
Now you just in for a ride you have no control over...enjoy the road rash LDD!
I ususally don't get into some of these peer goverening threads, but this is insane.
So LDD, Just what did Prostock get for $14,000. Not a fu king thing. as others say - you sleep OK at night?
You are a Dirt Bag. Unbeleivable
Nordic & others involved,
I sold a boat through the classifieds and bought another from a member here. Both deals were straight up honest Gentlemen like. This site's members typically are a lot of great people who call out & have no patience for frauds.
Thanks for taking the charge.
So LDD claims to be broke,will have to make payments to PS if an agreement was reached.But then he goes and post some of his toys over on the other site to brag how good he is doing.Steve I told you a few times you really need to watch what you say and do,you dig your own hole.
See post #67
I don't agree with LDD on keeping more than he would legally be entitled to (and he may have been leagally entitled to keep all the money), guess we'll know in a few years after it goes through the court system, but what I would like to know is if PS85 was willing to pay the debt in full 3 days after the deadline, what kept him from notifying LDD on or before the balance was due to see if he could make other arrangements for time extension or why did he not pay him on or before the money was due inasmuch as he knew he already had $14,000.00 on the line. With $14,000.00 on the line if he couldn't meet the deadline, he would be in a lot better position now had he attempted to make other arrangements prior to the deadline, and if undisclosed damage were a concern to PS85, and that is the reason for not concluding the deal prior to the deadline, he should have sought a legal remedy prior to the deadline to secure his interests.
Now that all that has passed, it's just a pissing match.
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