Originally Posted by timw
What's going on here then?
I see a bunch of jealous people having a go at someone who is young and has obviously done well.
I too am young and and a high achiever. Don't let the little people get to you.
Good for you Alt..nice boats.
timw - I was looking for some advise about an Icom product, and a few people decided to start having a go at me
I reckon Mollers joined in at some stage because I see someone quoted a post of his. The mod's decided to move the stupid, off-topic posts to a thread of their own (here).
Bit of history: Mollers had a go at me last year for not taking his advise (He advised me to take my engine to a main Volvo dealer, but thanks to the advise I got here I managed to solve a problem myself with a few spanners and some research) - I wouldn't sink so low as to try and judge someone from an internet forum so i'll leave it at that (I guess Mollers could learn some things from a student)
Now people are having a go again at me, for a reason I can't imagine. I guess it's because i'm young, debt free and have a few toys?
I work hard (along with studies) and built up my own business over the past few years, but begrudgers will always be thriving for more food, especially on internet forums where they can hide behind their computers. Whatever floats their boat I guess (no pun intended)
-Edit- Just to add, thanks for the well wishes timw. The Thundercat's are wicked fun. I bought it in April last year and spent a few months getting used to it. In June this year myself and the GF competed in the 'Thundercats European Beach Challenge' in Co. Cork, Ireland which consisted of the Thundercat UK guy's coming over for a weekend of racing. We had great fun and it was a really good learning curve. On the 2nd day I co-piloted for Team Wales. I am totally hooked on it and have sub-contracted out all my work for next summer so plan on competing in at least a few races. What really got me liking the Thundercat UK people was the community spirit, people who I knew only a short time offering to put us up if we come over to the UK etc. etc. - If you're ever in the West of Ireland give me a shout, bring a wetsuit and come for a lash!