1. No ad-hominem2
2. No spamming or shilling
This is going to stop, I will now not fix any Claymores and will certainly not deal with quick buck merchants that have told big lies.
And Dave Brooks said I was a Drama Queen, yer but he's got plenty of money me I live on a state pension.
I suspect these few are the only one's I have caught, so beware lads, beware, or you could be a Drama Queen.
A. The Hermes guy signed for it and dumped it and the dealer doesn't have it. Hermes have form for signing for stuff like this and leaving it at the delivery location.
B. The Hermes guy signed for it and dumped it and the dealer does have it, he knows he didn't actually sign for them so is willing to lie about it knowing Hermes don't actually have him on paper.
C. Someone else at the premises signed for them, mmm unlikely.
D. The Hermes guy is enjoying beautiful music on your amps and signed for it himself.
I think A and B are the most likely option and I'd wager they are equally likely.
Well, for better or worst, that just is not going to happen.He needs to learn to be more sensitive.
Unlikely. David’s hi-fi business is not his only source of occupational income.
By the way, karatestu (and plenty of others), he’s David Brook, not Brooks.
I don't think David would be too concerned about that Stu.
Davids a nice bloke, a bit blunt at times, he is a Yorkshire man, and has a genuine like of hi-fi. He realises that "us" DIY bods are never going to buy much (if anything) from him,but still enjoys running the Yorkshire Hi-fi club from his premises in Huddersfield for our benefit.
Judge ye not people who you don't know.