Will you be my internet girl friend?
Only if you promise to woo me with pics of elbow draggin' shenanigans, and you know that our internet relationship is an open relationship.
Randall definitely hit it spot on. I would have addressed it in my raging-bitch post but I was too lazy to find a way to coherently reconcile my analysis of his regard, and my feelings on the subject, so I just went with my feelings. Because, well... I'm a woman and I have feelings... hear me roar!
That said, if you read his response (that I quoted in my response), it really just reeks with arrogant disregard. "You're not hurting me, you're hurting my business partners." It really isn't his problem at all. I truly do feel sorry for his business partners because this is the kind of attitude that we see in people who jump ship when things get tough, leaving their stakeholders and business partners with the mess. Sad, yes, but this is a toxic byproduct of capitalism: capitalize on the opportunities and exhaust every avenue.
However, I won't beat the dead horse. At this point, what needs to be established is whether or not we want to even allow the Lionheart Moto brand to remain on this site. I have a lot of reluctance to do so given all that we have seen, especially if Scott is even remotely connected to it.
Yes, a ban is in order once we've established closure of this issue, but we haven't heard much from new ownership so I'm guessing that this forum probably won't be much of a part of their future anyway.
But this thread will certainly come up in Google searches for new prospective customers.