SparkE wrote:You are 100% entitled to your opinion. But I'm an old guy who has a bit of (painful life) experience, and anybody who signs a contract and later says (basically) "gee, I didn't understand what I was doing or saying", well, they got what they deserved. The world is not full of warm cuddly koala bears (BTW, koala bears are NOT cuddly).
I hope people understand they are responsible for their own actions and decisions. Including contracts. Enough said. (I didn't study contrat law. I just learned the hard way that what is written into a contract IS the contract. Hopefully others will benefit from my mistake.)
Everyone is entitled to an opinion but when you respond the way you originally did then it's not helpful to the person it's directed to or for others on this forum. Here's someone who made a mistake and your first reaction is to rip him a new one. And you're a moderator? Posting hateful and abusive posts is forbidden according to the registration terms for this forum, maybe you should read that thoroughly again.
Not sure why it is but it seems like this forum has some users that prefer to rip someone a new one instead of offering constructive criticism. Isn't the point of this forum to be helpful rather than a total arsewipe, as you put it? Yes it's good to debate a topic but not blatantly offend someone for a mistake. I joined this forum so I can learn more about the Bolt and whether I want to have one as my next vehicle, not to see members, or worse yet moderators, call other members "morons" and then later modify their post to remove these comments. Your point was made, but please consider being more constructive next time so you don't turn members away.
BTW, koalas are not bears. Just a simple correction, no offensive comment intended.