12-20-2010, 09:35 AM
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B&C 180 Class
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Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: North-Central Missouri
Originally Posted by Hunting Man
The problem with crooks is they feel they are the victim.
You hit the nail on the head HM. If you were a business man and you told a customer that you had a cape donated to you and you would give it to them for free, but then something fell through w/that cape, would you call the customer back and say "sorry now you have to pay the extra $50?" NO, like I told my wife, in that situation what is more important, losing a customer as well as all his family/friends or eating the $50?
But believe me fellas, this isn't the only reason why I'm upset with this guy. On friday night he also (in front of my wife) accused me of coming into his shop about a month after I brought him my deer head and said that I was raging mad and yelling. (THIS never happened). A month after I brought the head to him, I had nothing to be mad about! HA! I left his shop friday night saying "well james, you're obviously a compulsive liar because I never came in here mad, until today, and you did call me last month and tell me the cape would be for free. But I guess those two things never happened" Then he shut the lights off and locked us out.
It really was a swell experience.