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Postby lawrencemark on Tue Aug 05, 2003 12:50 pm

just passing along a good thing
http://www.mtcases.com
rock solid, guaranteed, hand made for a custom fit... we use them exclusively... just passing along a little secret!! good luck!
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Postby Andrew Weatherhead on Tue Aug 05, 2003 1:00 pm

lawrencemark,

Why did you post this message twice? Are the cases that good?
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twice

Postby lawrencemark on Tue Aug 05, 2003 1:55 pm

hey there,
i am fairly new to this wacky world of "message boards," so I apologize if I double posted. I have been having fun checking out a BUNCH of them online. I started to use them about a month ago when I was looking for help repairing a jet ski that was given to me, and the various message boards I posted on were very helpful and entertaining. I might stop using them, however, because it seems as though most of the time the responses are offensive. :( not yours though.
The cases, yea they are good.
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Postby 6-4-3 on Tue Aug 05, 2003 4:53 pm

Lawrencemark, while your marketing prowess is tactless, tasteless and moronic, your ability to target market is stupefyingly horrendous.

I remember the wise words of an old advertising textbook once told me to "know your audience" before executing an advertising campaign.

You sir, have singlehandedly - with one, seemingly innocent, pasting of a web address - have virtually guaranteed that no one on this board, nor anyone associated with this board, will buy your beloved, custom-made road-fucking-cases.

Am I being rude? Or are you being so oblivious to the fact that 99% of the people who read, post and learn from this website already HAVE their own goddamn road cases. And furthermore, for the 1% that don't, they're now more likely to build their own from balsa wood, then buy from a company being recommended by a "new to this wacky message board thing," bullshit artist, hiding behind some dumb-ass screenname, "we use them exclusively" (and by the way, who the F*ck is 'we' anyway), wannabe like you.

Am I being offensive? Then fuck off with your opinion.

-Prior's back tonight, goddammit
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Postby A Guy on Tue Aug 05, 2003 4:57 pm

Zwaaang!
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Wow

Postby Andrew Weatherhead on Tue Aug 05, 2003 5:03 pm

Wow
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1% of 1

Postby djanes1 on Wed Aug 06, 2003 12:04 am

Hmmm, i do not own any flight cases, and i am about to move my stuff into my dorm room. I have no idea about how to construct them. Mtcases seem innovative and completely different than other flight/road cases i have seen. after all, it is patented!!
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