The most amusing part of this whole thread is where tubby thinks he
actually has the ability to get anyone in trouble at their place of
work. Let's face it, what Executive would even consider letting a
valued employee go after listening to the rant of an incoherent smelly
fat grease monkey living in a British slum. You might as well piss
your money away placing bets that Nicky will brush his teeth after
waking up from a food coma.
Just looked at the website and found only e-mail address. That is what I
don't want to do the business. If they want my business, they must
provide contact person's name, telephone number, fax number, postal
address or even location, etc. Something I can verify or visit when
things don't go the way I wanted as a customer.
All of bell-and-whistle of web design doesn't do me.
Larry in AZ wrote:
On 14 Jun 2006 10:59:30 -0700, "greek_philosophizer"
A piece of advice. Before you decide to do business with euromerc
mercedes parts, look up his Ebay account. You've already witnessed a
sampling of how Nick Johns spends his time online. Handling his
customers orders is given the lowest possible priority as detailed in
the Ebay feedback area.
Maybe I should check the white van out next time I go up the M1. (The M1 is
a major N-S artery.)
I love the eclectic mix of NGs in the 'send to' field, especially the
"nuke.the.usa" bit. I am still working on the connection with "auto parts
wanted". I mean, if you nuke the USA, you'll lose a source of auto parts.
For direct contact replace nospam with schmetterling
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