Re: [Harp-L] Conspiracy credit

I agree Jarret! Great reedsn and innovation. As for people that are angry
and bent out of shape.

Life comes and goes. We win we lose. We can choose to be angry or we can
choose to enjoy this life as we only have one.

I've lost money before. It's not a big deal. If you have $200 to spend on a
harp then you can't be hurting all that much. If you have food, shelter and
love in your life than you have little reason to complain. We silly North
Americans. No perspective.

I bet nobody feels worse than Brad!!!

Nice try Brad. At least you followed your dream. Inevitably some are

On 7 August 2011 02:45, David Brown <nonidesign@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> They couldn't at least produce enough of the things to cover those who
> prepaid?
> I respect the effort, innovation and guts, but without integrity and honor
> it means nothing to me.
> Years ago there was a guy on this list who collected money to produce a CD
> set of submitted harp l members' music. He kept collecting and posting on
> the list and saying that it was in process and would be finished soon. It
> never happened. I only lost a little money but it still burns me because I
> put my trust in someone who didn't follow through and honor my trust.
> I also look at it this way: I WORKED for that money, and the time and
> effort
> I spent to get it I will never get back. So I was ripped-off twice.
> The incident above is why I didn't advance pay for a B-Rad harp when they
> were offered. If anyone out there did so and isn't bothered by the promises
> made and the money they lost, then good for you.
>  If it was me, I would be very angry about it.
> On Sat, Aug 6, 2011 at 12:28 AM, jarett yuknalis <jarett_y@xxxxxxxxx>
> wrote:
> > Friend of mine confirmed the sale of Harrison  harps.At least Brad gave
> it
> > hell and proved the reed manufacturing of other makers was fradulent and
> a
> > conspiracy .He will go down in history as the one who revealed the
> truth.He
> > deserves a medal.It just makes so much more sense for longer reed life to
> > vertical mill a reed rather than horizontally mill it.It took a guy with
> > peanuts in his pockets and courage not to back down.This man deserves a
> > medal in my book.Thank you Brad Harrison for giving it hell.Am I all
> alone
> > here ,or does someone else feel the same?
> >

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