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Old 03-23-2005, 10:22 AM
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well BS!! it aint the side of the coast!!!

I have personally had issues with deadbeat loosers on the right side,
well maybe you got your belly pointing towards aligator land and facing space. the snow has you binded and your brain is frozen. cause it isnt the side of the country,.,
you probably remember the 4 or so yrs ago i bought a boat 35 fountain with bad motors and drives, advertised with new motors and drives, not few hundred dollars worth of chit
10's of thousands!!!!!!!!!!!!
Just one example.
I shoulda broke his AZZ and sued him up the river,
then there is the winners like national marine,, oh yeah!! nice......
,, not going to start coming up with all the the other chit i have seen read and heard etc,,

I can come up with as many or more people from the west coast that got f-d by oakies and easties,,
i think you should really rephraze your whole statmnt,,
also i know more people in my neighborhood that could buy and sell you and all you got every day of the week cash than you could shake a stick at. sounds like jealousy. but still
Not a cool statment.

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First of all Jonas I have plenty of friends out there and that was directed to bust their chops. My wife lived in LA for 5 years and I loved going out to hang with Nort, Tank, D-man, Cig1, and the entire crew. Yes I did get screwed by some guys out there (Rick32 and Ted Hullbush) but that is of course not the norm so take a chill pill.

As for buying me that would not take much but I am sure that you feel like a real tough guy tossing your money around. To bad all that money can't buy you any class. I find in life the real people with class and money don't say crap like that so take that for what it is worth.
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First of all Jonas I have plenty of friends out there and that was directed to bust their chops. My wife lived in LA for 5 years and I loved going out to hang with Nort, Tank, D-man, Cig1, and the entire crew. Yes I did get screwed by some guys out there (Rick32 and Ted Hullbush) but that is of course not the norm so take a chill pill.

As for buying me that would not take much but I am sure that you feel like a real tough guy tossing your money around. To bad all that money can't buy you any class. I find in life the real people with class and money don't say crap like that so take that for what it is worth.
Just tell me why would you jump in and make statements like that,
Left coast, living beyond their means??
if you know people on the left coast why say crap like that?
and i dont have all that money and i am not a tough guy.
i think thats what really shows your class.
i would never make a lame statement like that out of nowhere.
just inappropriate.
i am done with this,
gotta go back to work so i can make some money to toss around, i wish
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Just tell me why would you jump in and make statements like that,
Left coast, living beyond their means??
if you know people on the left coast why say crap like that?
and i dont have all that money and i am not a tough guy.
i think thats what really shows your class.
i would never make a lame statement like that out of nowhere.
just inappropriate.
i am done with this,
gotta go back to work so i can make some money to toss around, i wish
I told ya why, because I was busting on my buddies over in Cali that know what I have been through with these two loosers. Plus I knew it would get a rise out of people As for the left coast living beyond thier means last I checked your state is in the hole, worse then any other in the country, in fact isn't it worse then the rest of the country combined? There are of course lots of people all over the coutry that live like this and of course I was generalizing but in the case of the two that hosed me it is 100% true. Of course they could just as easily have been in NY, FL, or MA for that matter but they were in Cali so......

And why would you make statements like "i know more people in my neighborhood that could buy and sell you and all you got every day of the week cash than you could shake a stick at. sounds like jealousy"

Well I am sitting in a 29 million dollar home and I am sure this guy could buy you and all your town so in the words of the great Wassabee (also from Cali I might add) NEENER NEENER NEENER
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Anyhow back to the original topic. Sounds like the guy is a good rigger, no one has said otherwise. Sounds like he is not the greatest business man. I have had times when work gets ahead of me, had customers screaming at me over the phone, but never would I yell back, tell them I was going to burn thier stuff and video tape it. That is just insane and bad business. He should be apoligizing for being so late in getting the guy his stuff back. Not to hard to run over to UPS and drop the crap in the mail. Hell you can even go to UPS stores now and they will pack it all up for you and everything. Sure it is a rape show but at leaste this would have never happened.

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Anybody can sue anyone else ANYTIME THEY WANT.
You can always find an attorney that will take your money and file suit for you. This does not mean you will win or lose. Be careful who you choose this form of battle with as you could bite off more than you can chew. It matters little the facts of right and wrong if you can't afford the fight.
The Attorney ultimately always wins,
Why?
CASH IN ADVANCE, win, lose, or draw.

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Seems kind of emabarrasing or demasculating. Maybe it's just me.
Yes, it is you whom is embarassing and demasculating.

no, not really. but when you just go ahead and lay your head on the block like that...
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That's what ya get asking for legal advice on a boating forum...who the hull cares??
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