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Old 11 June 2006, 17:13   #21
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Im merely a bystander and have no idea of the extent of the problems at Prosports end but this boat seems to have taken 2yrs to materialise, surely Vince has every right to be a little bitter, unless of course the problems were his end.
Perhaps Vince wasn't parting with the folding at the appropriate juncture, one might ask?
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Old 11 June 2006, 17:27   #22
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Perhaps Vince wasn't parting with the folding at the appropriate juncture, one might ask?
Yes one might ask - one could also keep one's nose out!!!

I have a reason for keeping quiet at the moment.
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Old 11 June 2006, 17:29   #23
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Sorry, What was that Vince?


'Nose out' !! Don't be a Tosser! If you want noses out of your business why do you post it all on the www?! Stroll on!
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Old 11 June 2006, 17:34   #24
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i gave you my advice which you didn't take and just carried on in your own manner, so at that point rather than wasting 26p a minute for no gratitude what so ever i decided to walk away and did notr want to be involved in any way further.

So sorry if you feel your free slave hadn't been there for you to the bitter end but you start to take the piss, pretty much what you did with Bob.

if you want to talk about it in more detail on here i am quite happy to but personally i thought your bitterness would pass on to me at some stage.
Actually you seem to have started the bitterness - I merely started a thread to thank some people.

Strange how you seem to be able to speak for Bob - having spoken to him the situation seems ok to me.

I am sorry you feel like this - maybe you shouldn't have become "piggy in the middle"???
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Old 11 June 2006, 17:35   #25
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Sorry, What was that Vince?


'Nose out' !! Don't be a Tosser! If you want noses out of your business why do you post it all on the www?! Stroll on!
Don't recall launching an unprovoked attack on you. As you don't know ANY of the FACTS maybe you should wait until you do......
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I think knowing all the facts and looking at it from both Vince and Prosport's perspective would enable people to develop an opinion. Ultimately however, it is none of our business, although little outbursts from both parties does no favours for either individual.
If I was Prosport I would clarify the matter on this forum as it is widely read by new rib buyers and the Chronicles of the Codcraft do not portray them well.
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I think knowing all the facts and looking at it from both Vince and Prosport's perspective would enable people to develop an opinion. Ultimately however, it is none of our business, although little outbursts from both parties does no favours for either individual.
If I was Prosport I would clarify the matter on this forum as it is widely read by new rib buyers and the Chronicles of the Codcraft do not portray them well.
Remember Prosport has been sold.

Brilliant hull - brilliant design.
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i think that if codprawn posts snippits of information which then lead to questions in peoples minds then why the hell should we not ask questions, its a free world when i last checked...

personally i am not fussed either way as i have my boat and very happy too
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Actually you seem to have started the bitterness - I merely started a thread to thank some people.

Strange how you seem to be able to speak for Bob - having spoken to him the situation seems ok to me.

I am sorry you feel like this - maybe you shouldn't have become "piggy in the middle"???
1 Yes after all the running around a small thank you wouldnt have gone amiss.

2 The situation may seem ok to you but you didnt deliver what you promised to Bob and in my opinion treated him unfairly. He didnt have much choice for one part of the promise you gave but you could have delivered the other promise seeing as you were standing around in the baking sun for hours with no food and drink.

3 Yes maye i shouldnt have become piggy in the middle but i thought i was doing you a favour well actually i did you several favours.

The trouble with you Vince is that you whine so much about the little points you get so lost in your complaints that you lose track of the big picture or the full story.

Either give the people on here the full story or change the subject back to ribbing.
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1 Yes after all the running around a small thank you wouldnt have gone amiss.

2 The situation may seem ok to you but you didnt deliver what you promised to Bob and in my opinion treated him unfairly. He didnt have much choice for one part of the promise you gave but you could have delivered the other promise seeing as you were standing around in the baking sun for hours with no food and drink.

3 Yes maye i shouldnt have become piggy in the middle but i thought i was doing you a favour well actually i did you several favours.

The trouble with you Vince is that you whine so much about the little points you get so lost in your complaints that you lose track of the big picture or the full story.

Either give the people on here the full story or change the subject back to ribbing.

1. I DID thank you at the time - just not bothering to answer the phone any more wasn't exactly the decent thing to do was it? If you had told me the situation I would have left you alone.

The full story WILL be told in good time.
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