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Old 03-18-2013, 02:29 AM   #151
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i really wonder what happened to him? he might be going through some very difficult times, i know he's not been here on the forum in over a month at least.

i had talked to him on the phone several times in the past and did seem like a really good guy. something must be going on for him to just drop out like he did.
Drop out like he did, like on the way to the post office to deliver my holster.
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Old 03-18-2013, 02:33 AM   #152
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Drop out like he did, like on the way to the post office to deliver my holster.
all i have to say is, it's just rather odd indeed. i tried to call him myself, but never got him.
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He did go through a lot of crap. Family crisis after family crisis. Illness and death. But, communication goes a long way. A very long way.

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He did go through a lot of crap. Family crisis after family crisis. Illness and death. But, communication goes a long way. A very long way.
i have to agree with that statement.
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A lack of communication breeds distrust, bitterness, etc. See relationship thread.

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I don't know of anyone here who wouldn't, nor WASN'T, more than understanding when he finally came around and tried to make things right.

Still, lets not bash the guy. Mistakes made and learned from.

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i have to agree with that statement as well. very true.
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I just wished he would have told me he couldn't do the table deal. I mean I was really giving him an out when I asked if he still wanted to split the table. That would have been a prime time to say hey got a lot going on and I can't do it this time. I would have understood. And it was still early enough that I could have canceled the table. But he assured me he was still going to be there.

I think we were all really forgiving the first time. And I'm sure he read all the comments about the lack of communication the first time around. But seems like we are in the same situation again. I learned my lesson and I'll keep my opinions to myself. Every else can come to their own conclusions.

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I don't know of anyone here who wouldn't, nor WASN'T, more than understanding when he finally came around and tried to make things right.

Still, lets not bash the guy. Mistakes made and learned from.
Easy for you to say. You got yours.
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Easy for you to say. You got yours.
Ahem... Free. Won it in three big giveaway. Salt in wounds...

Sorry, that was mean. I really do feel sympathy for those who got burned.

On another note, if anyone has one much plainer, I'd be very happy to trade. I have an IWB wingman holster and double mag pouch, trimmed in ostrich leg. My opinion, it's too fancy to just stuff into my pants. If anyone has the same rig, in plain leather, I'd be more than happy to swap.
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