Aero Leather Clothing trial update

Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by Sloan1874, May 1, 2015.

  1. eggleman

    eggleman One of the Regulars

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    To sit around the campfire together singing Kumbayah !
     
  2. I think we could/would all move on if there wasn't many unresolved questionable actions remaining unanswered that weren't brought up, or expanded on at trial. Repeating that we don't know everything but should just move on means nothing unless you provide more info.
    HD
     
  3. Girl on a Motorcycle

    Girl on a Motorcycle New in Town

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    Even though you keep on coming here and saying what a difficult time this has been for you.

    A jury heard 3 weeks of evidence and decided that the evidence of the AL machinists was, at the very least, not to be trusted. They were the ones who needed to be convinced.

    The main difficulty seems to be that the Calders trusted WL, almost lost their business and have been tied up in a long and stressful court case. And noticeably, you haven't moved forward to express much sympathy for them.
     
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  4. Edward

    Edward Bartender

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    Oddly enough, this thread had slipped off the radar til Hidetanner revived it with his call for everyone to forget it and move on. Ironic, innit?
     
  5. ButteMT61

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    What is truly amazing is that those here that hate Aero and apparently those of us that like/support them, still try to give poor WL the benefit of the doubt.
    I for one am happy - happy to see him go to jail after being found guilty.
    Just as I am watching the nightly news when all sorts of characters go the same route.
    Some here would have us believe that they are better and are forgiving- turning the other cheek as it is. I am amazed that the hate for Aero is so great as to cause this. What did the Calders do to deserve it all? Are they some evil family/business and some of us are just too stupid to see it? I don't think so. But I'd love to know what those relationships are to WL and some other characters that are tangentially mentioned over and over. And the notably silent forum members.
    It's one thing to wait for the trial results, it's quite another to still keep mum or defend that twit.
     
  6. Big J

    Big J Call Me a Cab

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    +1

    Yes, suddenly there's a lot of people with nothing to say.
     
  7. tropicalbob

    tropicalbob My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    The whole "Mysterious Mose" thing's getting tiresome. Say what you want to say or "get off the pot."
     
  8. Big J

    Big J Call Me a Cab

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    I can't believe that h1ppie is filtered, but 'pot' gets through!
     
  9. AdeeC

    AdeeC Practically Family

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    According to Wikipedia, H1ppie came from Hipster which was used to describe Beatniks. If true, Hipster and Beatnik must also be stamped out immediately. They are the true villains. H1ppie is a scapegoat
     
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  10. Benny Holiday

    Benny Holiday My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    I've been away working interstate for most of the week, come back and see this time-wasting troll is still at it. If he had something real to add to the conversation he would have said it long since.
     
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  11. Bunyip

    Bunyip Call Me a Cab

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    A bit like a Phil Gus Gould commentating on the league on channel 9. Drives me nuts.
     
  12. Benny Holiday

    Benny Holiday My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    Haha too right mate!
     
  13. Sloan1874

    Sloan1874 I'll Lock Up

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    I'm not sure what HT's hoping will come out tbh. None of the stuff that was swirling around the case but never made it into the trial sounded good for the defence case. In fact, most of it would just reinforce/confirm the result and the suspicions of many around here [huh].
     
  14. eggleman

    eggleman One of the Regulars

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  15. I've noticed this used several times...but what does tbh mean..??
     
  16. eggleman

    eggleman One of the Regulars

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    to be honest
     
  17. Ah hah..!!
    Thanks e man. ;)
     
  18. Sloan1874

    Sloan1874 I'll Lock Up

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    The tbh thing is an annoying literary tic I've picked up. As if I'd be anything other than honest?:D
     
  19. Bunyip

    Bunyip Call Me a Cab

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    It's up there with IMHO....
     
  20. Dr H

    Dr H One Too Many

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