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Date:         Fri, 21 Nov 2003 10:34:44 EST
Reply-To:     THX0001@AOL.COM
Sender:       Vanagon Mailing List <>
From:         George Goff <THX0001@AOL.COM>
Subject:      Re: Stealing ETKA & ELSA ?
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In a message dated 11/21/03 9:49:37 AM, jcr@MAGMA.CA writes:

<< I would say for $10.00 each, Frank is not making any money. By the time he burns the copy and puts in a mailer, sticks the postage on and drops it in the mail he is out of pocket on this transaction.

Sounds like he is providing a service to the list. >>

Come on, now. Not making any Money? Providing a service to the list? Why don't we contact VWNA and find out if that is their opinion of the matter?

Unless Frank has an agreement in hand with VW, he is a thief plain and simple. Now, I don't mind thieves necessary, as long as they aren't smalltimers and they show some chutzpah in their sordid endeavors. But, the internet is the breeding ground for a bunch of milk-sack, hypocrites who don't have the balls to really do a number on someone, They slink around the periphery of ethical behavior and are quick to utter the requisite and hollow "I'm sorry" when they are exposed, while if there were even the remotest chance that they would get their knees broken when caught, they could never muster the gonads to enter into their petty bullshit.


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