Re: [DML] Re: WTF?
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Re: [DML] Re: WTF?

Your right Dave, and I thought about it after I sent
it..  Which brings me to the message I just read from
Matt defending John H.

So, even though I seem to have a reputation as a
trouble maker....

Matt;  I think John is great, and continues to offer
DeLorean owners an alternative to the so called
"Proper Vendors".  However, he needs to be able to
take comments and criticism just like everyone else
(myself included).  

If you post something for the masses to read, it is
not unreasonable to expect people to engage in a
conversation about it.  In this case, John has
introduced a new product that he is looking to
promote.  Dave stated that he had an alternative to
this product.  For whatever reason (may have been
something as unrelated as an sour stomach from bad
Chinese food) John took Dave's comment as an attack. 
Best I can recall, I don't think it was.  But my point
is, chill.  Does anyone here think Dave has a vendetta
against John?  I don't.

Meanwhile, we are all still discussing this new
coolant bottle, and John is getting lots of "list
time" with it.  Maybe John is a true marketing genius
and we are just playing in to his master plan to
promote this new item!  :)

John AND Dave...  Keep it up, you are both valuable to
this community.  Thank you.

--- David Teitelbaum <jtrealty@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I guess it is getting so that no one can take a joke
> anymore! I did
> not mean it as a *mean* remark, it is just that
> everyone knows you to
> have strong opinions. Some may mistake that as
> argumentitive
> (including me).
> David Teitelbaum
> vin 10757

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