Read his profile. He apparently works there.BlueMountain said:I hope it isn't someone who works there but it does seem to be someone who has almost a vested interest in Ellsworth...and a misguided way of doing things though. This is definitely not the way to defend Ellsworth or bring clarity to a situation. This is somewhat foolish.
The Voice of Reason.Spartacus Rex said:Hopefully this will be dropped. Many times in these situation there is no Right or Wrong.
Does that mean my company sucks? No. Does that mean that a very tiny portion of our clients think we suck? Yes. We lose those clients and move on.
I usually talk about riding on passion since my rides are not about the bike.jjcools said:This forum is sad, seems like people on the Ells page only comment when is a bunch of negative comments flying back and forth, lets talk about riding.
On friday I will be riding, on saturday i will be riding. go out and have a good time on your handcrafted beauty. I will be.
He is certainly that dumb, as everyone who was here when he posted under his own name years ago can attest to. He was dumb enough to change the context of quotes from an MBA review and then run them in ads in future issues of MBA, and get called to the carpet for doing it.BlueMountain said:I don't think TE isn't that dumb. Bringing attention to a company/customer and then portraying a negative situation only causes harm to the company. I seriously doubt that TE would do something amateurish like that- here on mtbr today.
I read that post and it only put more negativity on Ellsworth by seeming to make things so personal. TE may have done that several years ago but I think he learned a good lesson, as have others.