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In my previous post in this forum, my anger showed. I said true but unkind things about someone.

Today, Jerry at Wolfe Boatworks called me. He immediately apologized for what I experienced and offered to make it right. I asked if he had a transducer in stock to replace the one damaged. He said no. I told him I had ordered one from Tackle Warehouse and expected delivery soon. We made arrangements for me to bring the boat to him with the new transducer and the invoice. He assured me that this time the install would be the correct one.

I was pleasantly surprised and promised him I would immediately post the facts in this forum.

All those years lawyering made me harshly cynical. I don't mind when life proves me wrong on that point.

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It is good to be wrong and humbled at times RPS. Good on you and those at the boatworks,

BilletHead

"We have met the enemy and it is us",

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   If you compete with your fellow anglers, you become their competitor, If you help them you become their friend"

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That's great that you were able to come up with a solution that works. Always give them the chance to make it right. And if they don't? Well then we will burn and pillage. :)

Can't imagine all the crap you've seen being a lawyer. That is not a job for someone like me.

 

 

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Good for you RPS and Wolfe Boatworks. What will you take for the damaged one? I want to attempt a splice just to try.

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“If a cluttered desk is a sign, of a cluttered mind, of what then, is an empty desk a sign?”- Albert Einstein

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I was told that a defense lawyers best advise was to keep your mouth shut. And that the right to remain silent was the most important one of all.

The hardest person to convict (and easiest to defend) is one who is a deaf mute.

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