From: Eeyore on 30 Sep 2008 11:42
George's ProSound Company wrote:
> I just want him to grow the balls to send the lawyers he promised me years
Misrepresentation of the facts as usual.
However I do now have an excellent solicitor working on another matter for me.
He's also a barrister (the guys who present cases at the higher courts). I'm not
sure we could have you easily extradited though.
From: Eeyore on 30 Sep 2008 11:45
hank alrich wrote:
> Eeyore <rabbitsfriendsandrelations(a)hotmail.com> wrote:
> > Phildo wrote:
> > > We know plenty of people in common.
> > I doubt it.
> > > For a start some of my relatives run a pub very close to yours.
> > There's none very close and of those that are the nearest, I cannot think of
> > any I use even irregularly. Plus you won't see me drunk in a pub except maybe
> > at holiday times or after a 'lock-in'.
> What style of Victoria's Secret panties do you two share?
I think I sort of get that one but in my case I prefer M&S if I have to wear
Ever heard of the phrase 'going commando' at least that's what the girls call it.
From: liquidator on 30 Sep 2008 11:50
"Ron(UK)" <ron(a)lunevalleyaudio.com> wrote in message
> Eeyore wrote:
> > George's ProSound Company wrote:
> >> Here ya go you useless turd
> >> Eyeore, Graham someoneoranother has BRAGGED on
> >> about STEALING qsc's mechanical design for chassis construction while
> >> under valid patent
> >> by his own admission he is a industrial thief.
> > Pardon ? I borrowed one tiny aspect of their lid construction. Not even
> > it just gave me a similar design idea.
> > I suppose next you'll be saying I'm an industrial thief for copying the
> > using screws to hold it on ?
> > Stick to what you know you're talking about George.
> > Oh and what about Behringer copying ? Accepted in a UK court. That's OK
is it ?
> OH Gawd! we're not going down that road again are we?
Oceania has always been at war with Eastasia.
From: Eeyore on 30 Sep 2008 11:53
> "Eeyore" <rabbitsfriendsandrelations(a)hotmail.com> wrote in message
> >> For a start some of my relatives run a pub very close to yours.
> > There's none very close and of those that are the nearest, I cannot think
> > of any I use even irregularly. Plus you won't see me drunk in a pub except
> > maybe at holiday times or after a 'lock-in'.
> Yes but publicans all know one another.
Yes, which is why I'm going to be asking Sam about it.
> Also, you seem to forget you work in one.
I work *for* one sometimes. Not *in* one, although I do have access to most of
the premises when required.
And as for very close, how many metres would that be ? The only one that's even
remotely close that I've ever regularly used which is the Beehive and that's
both had numerous changes of management and I haven't been there in ages.
Futhermore I've never been drunk there. Rarely ever had more than a pint in fact
(except on lazy sunny summer afternoons when I'd usually alternate a beer with a
From: Eeyore on 30 Sep 2008 11:57
> "Ron(UK)" <ron(a)lunevalleyaudio.com> wrote
> > In that case, "He`s not the Messiah... He`s a very naughty boy!"
> He's a naughty boy because he promised to set lawyers on to George and
Never did. But it's getting tempting again at least for you.