Justin B can handle a Jackpot about the same as you can handle a question. Spin a thread into 20 pages of a tangent without ever addressing a direct question you've dodged for the better part of a year.Justinb386 can't handle a Jackpot.
Too much cue for him!
Just thought I would remind you of the log in your eye.If he had these cues in hand, it's even worse. If they were drop-shipped, then he would be able to claim ignorance. Flawed and hollow cues, hand-selected to screw the customer.
You cried about a refund harder than a customer who actually got screwed. Even your cuemakers asked you to chill, talk about a dead horse.
Keep riding the Dean bench though, it's ok, as the gif said.
I was always under the impression that it was just a marketing scheme. If you buy a jackpot, maybe I’ll accidentally send you a more expensive cue...I am pretty sure Dean had to eat the cost on that Tasc. Last I heard it never made its way back home. A true Jackpot of a cue for $600.00, there didn't seem to be any consternation regarding the maker.
I'm pretty sure it never happened, and that he said it did for the purpose of hyping his cues and keeping threads going on the main forum.I think it's at least as likely that it never happened or he misplaced it.
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Pretty sure Dean hasn't misplaced a nickle in his life. The chances of him sending out a tasc instead of a jackpot are about the same as your chances of winning the lottery twice this week.If you believe the Tascarella incident happened, I’ve got some great real estate offerings in the bridge segment for you. Wake up people, how many times can a person lie before every thing he said gets reexamined. Look, obviously Dean isn't anywhere near as bad as some people who've been on this forum before. I don't think he's the kind of guy who'd push his mother down the stairs for 5 bucks, just that if he told me the sky was blue, I'd have to double and quadruple check, that's all.
I'm pretty sure it never happened, and that he said it did for the purpose of hyping his cues and keeping threads going on the main forum.