timharrod: One short phone call? A real backtroll woulda stretched it out a LOT farther. And for an $800 crime, I assumed the home address they were seconds from getting was going to play heavily into the scheme.
danielscissorhands: The whole brony thing could not be any more ridiculous or stupid.
BronyMedic: danielscissorhands: The whole brony thing could not be any more ridiculous or stupid.We need to have a word about some other things.[www.neobeans.com image 580x326][derekogrady.files.wordpress.com image 456x305]
BronyMedic: Here's my question: What kind of parent lets their 15 year old get on EBAY and bid on things? Really? Who does that?
Twilight Farkle: [i11.photobucket.com image 798x349]Dear Princess Trollestia,Today I learned about tempering justice with mercy. The kid received mercy in that they knew he wasn't necessarily a bad apple; jacking him with legal action for shill bidding would have been lunacy, and a public outing/doxing would have placed everyone in a legal twilight between "too far" and "not far enough." But he also received justice in the form of a heart all a-flutter, shy kid who's hopes were momentarily raised up, only to be dashed against the telephone equivalent of a pie in the face. It's a rarity to see two people so capable of keeping a straight face and a radio voice. No more, no less, the kid got exactly what he deserved.Your still-giggling student,Twilight Farkle.
EvilEgg: A slightly quicker person would question how Hasbro got his phone number.
DoomPaul: danielscissorhands: The whole brony thing could not be any more ridiculous or stupid.They fandom doesn't hurt anyone, but it sure is entertaining to watch the crazy fringe of the group.[i48.tinypic.com image 850x544]
EvilEgg: The troll was lame, but I understand you can only take it so far against a fifteen year old./His girlfriend is hot.
tonguedepressor: ahem..she was way, way too hot for him./jus sayin'
PanicMan: BronyMedic: Here's my question: What kind of parent lets their 15 year old get on EBAY and bid on things? Really? Who does that?Is that even legal?
doglover: Could you imagine if Nicole Oliver had called the kid up IN CHARACTER? Think about that for a minute.
TV's Vinnie: [img7.imagebanana.com image 500x369]
lohphat: Impersonating Hasbro isn't fraud?
prjindigo: uhmSo now they owe him and three friends a trip to "Hasbro Studios" because any agreement you make with a minor is binding to YOU but not them.What you do is you require the parents of the bidder, who MUST have approved the winning bid, to pay for the agreement the child made on THEIR account.
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