The contradiction and hypocrisy in this thread is ridiculous.
jmg181 wrote in post #12946838
Its people who haven't read the thread who seem to have bulked this thread up the most, that and people extremely irritated by the idea that he listens to his lawyer, and hasn't either sued them, deleted their photos, threatened them, yelled at them, or taken the groom on in the thunderdome to prove who is right by battle.
In each case, its quite obvious that each and every one of them is right, knows better, has more experience, has sued everyone on the planet, has deleted photos in the past, gotten their payments using an amalgamation of kabuki theatre and my little pony costumes, or just is generically all mighty and knowing. I'm certain you know better about the details than homer and his lawyer as well.
Yes, I did not read every single of 650+ posts to look for 2 or 3 specific posts (the issue is not that important to me) - get over it. However, it seems that the going ratio for the amount of people who **** and moan about people not reading amount people who did not read the entire thread to the is 3 to 1. One with general logistical thinking could come to the conclusion that it's not those who did not read the entire forum that bulk it up, but those who **** about the former.
And - as MWhite mentioned by way of a picture - you, simply by complaining about me/my post, are not any better. If you really want to get down to the nitty gritty, you are actually doing far worse than I am by posting something that is not even constructive to OP's issue.
Did I, during my entire presence here in this thread, ever state that my opinion/advice was better than everybody elses? Not at all. Nor did I state I have more knowledge in the issue than the OP or his lawyer. I speak from my experience, and my experience is that my method of handling unruly clients has been successful because I cover my @ss in my contract and I always follow through with what I say I will do. I'm not afraid of having a troublesome client, nor the perceived "repercussions". It's not unprofessional or unwise to take what is contractually yours by way of court.