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On 2017-2-24 at 9:23 PM, Olof Palmolja said:

Yes, no doubt it can be dangerous. An appropiate tug in the back lines / release of the front lines makes it fold horizontally and land on it's tail without pull or drama. 

I can only guess you haven't flown one then. 

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And I can only guess you've never taken a proper course in customer relations Jason. That is an appalling way to respond to a post. Are you some smart arse that thinks he knows more than anyone else? Pull it in little man.

And I know for a fact you've never flown one either. Jon has but not you.

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8 minutes ago, Northern Kites Australia said:

And I can only guess you've never taken a proper course in customer relations Jason. That is an appalling way to respond to a post. Are you some smart arse that thinks he knows more than anyone else? Pull it in little man.

And I know for a fact you've never flown one either. Jon has but not you.

LOL

It's all the chemicals in the avocados doing this to him

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59 minutes ago, Northern Kites Australia said:

And I can only guess you've never taken a proper course in customer relations Jason. That is an appalling way to respond to a post. Are you some smart arse that thinks he knows more than anyone else? Pull it in little man.

And I know for a fact you've never flown one either. Jon has but not you.

Actually it's a legitimate response. Seeing as I have actually owned one and have seen first hand what the kite has done to others. It's not simply a case of "pull the back lines and she will be all good" it has nothing to do with customer service. Should I not be entitled to an opinion?
 

So I would suggest getting your "facts" correct before slinging shit like an organ grinders monkey in it's cage. 
Secondly it's all well and good to puff your chest out and call somebody a smart arse and little man whilst hiding behind a keyboard. If you like I will purchase you a plane ticket so you can say it to my face.

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1 hour ago, Jason said:

Actually it's a legitimate response. Seeing as I have actually owned one and have seen first hand what the kite has done to others. It's not simply a case of "pull the back lines and she will be all good" it has nothing to do with customer service. Should I not be entitled to an opinion?
 

So I would suggest getting your "facts" correct before slinging shit like an organ grinders monkey in it's cage. 
Secondly it's all well and good to puff your chest out and call somebody a smart arse and little man whilst hiding behind a keyboard. If you like I will purchase you a plane ticket so you can say it to my face.

I will, I will

send ticket to................

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On 29/05/2017 at 7:29 PM, Northern Kites Australia said:

And I can only guess you've never taken a proper course in customer relations Jason. That is an appalling way to respond to a post. Are you some smart arse that thinks he knows more than anyone else? Pull it in little man.

And I know for a fact you've never flown one either. Jon has but not you.

And I thought mango madness season was over for another year? :rofl: 

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On 29/05/2017 at 8:35 PM, Jason said:

Secondly it's all well and good to puff your chest out and call somebody a smart arse and little man whilst hiding behind a keyboard. If you like I will purchase you a plane ticket so you can say it to my face.

Considering your BS selling strategy by falsely advertising 2nd hand products as "working", when it's clear and obvious they don't (ie: kite I bought of you with all valves peeled), how can I trust you will buy me a ticket? Wouldn't mind actually.

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Omg I'm going to tune in for the next episode of this

guys take a. Breath step back  don't let it get to you 

I remembered a saying 

look &*!! I like to bullshit a bit but every now and again I've got to stop step back and listen to a true professional 

haha also just remember ya carnt bull shit a bullshitter

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On ‎2017‎-‎05‎-‎29 at 6:46 AM, Jason said:

I can only guess you haven't flown one then. 

You guess is wrong, as explained in the previos post. But for the sake of things, I agree with you that cross bridling is not safe if you break a front line, then all you (hopefully) can do is ditch the kite.

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7 hours ago, .Joel said:

Nope, still here next to the free tyres i've been giving out for people to stand around and kick :D
Tyres move quicker than kites....

Now that's funny. I just spit my tea out. 

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6 hours ago, mik333 said:

Are you sure you didn't mean .... I just spit my teeth out?

Michael

Nope. Tea. Iced tea of course. It's summer here. 

Joel I might be interested. Can you take a pictures inside and out?

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18 minutes ago, Darren Tibbey said:

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Hey @Darren Tibbey, congratulations on 100 posts. I could of sworn your post count would be higher with all your gas bagging :D 

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