From: Noddy on

"John Tserkezis" <jt(a)> wrote in message

> I knew he was a bit soft in the noggin, but this is just silly.

Got his phone number by any chance? :)


From: Noddy on

"D Walford" <dwalford(a)> wrote in message

> Especially race cars.
> Mates Clubman race car looked good at first but it didn't take long before
> many problems appeared, it would have been better to have bought the car
> minus the engine and gearbox because it would have saved us the trouble of
> removing and scrapping them.
> The car is brilliant now but its taken a lot of time and money to get it
> that way.

99 times out of 100, the cheapest way of doing something initially usually
works out to be the most expensive overall.


From: atec7 7 ""atec77" on
Scotty wrote:
> "atec7 7" <""atec77\"@"> wrote in message
> news:hrm430$ros$1(a)
> :
> :
> 47,000 hits to date. Not bad for 5 days I suppose.
Developing a life of it's own
From: Milton on

"atec7 7" <""atec77\"@"> wrote in message

OUCH, why some people trust like they do is beyond belief. Not everyone is
as honest as you might be yourself. Those days are gone. Here is living



From: Noddy on

"Atheist Chaplain" <abused(a)> wrote in message

> I bought some lens adaptors off ebay a while ago, they arrived in good
> time, fit the description and were cheap enough. I gave a neutral feedback
> as they didnt rock my socks of by being any better than what was
> described, they were nothing special or out of the ordinary so I figured
> neutral was the way to go.

I don't get that.

I mean, if the product was as advertised, was delivered promptly and you
were happy with the transaction then leaving a neutral is out of order in my
opinion. The seller lived up to his end of the bargain by the sounds of it,
and while I certainly don't agree with how he went about following up after
you did I know if you left a neutral for me because you expected the product
to be something *other* than what was advertised I know I'd be pissed off.