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Old 03-03-2018, 11:23 AM
 
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'Intellectual integrity' is standing by your words or correcting/clarifying them. This speaks for itself.

If it allows you to save face by simply saying you were 'lighthearted' or joking around then sure. Let's say you were just trying to be funny. i can live with that.

At least we've made progress with you apparently no longer denying a fundamental principle of your own industry. It was shocking and horrifying to see you making statements that are misleading for consumers on a public forum. I guess trying to be funny is more important than straight and correct information for consumers and being a responsible professional.

Consumers can and should rely on formal statements made by the NAR in their DoJ settlement information pages. They should be able to do so without the confusion of licensed agents suggesting that it's incorrect information or untrue or just written by an intern or whatever. I suggest that you choose other things to joke around about. Hint: anything with 'Department of Justice' in it is probably not good joking around material. Professionals with good judgment understand this.


Ya know what's funny? In some of your posts on other topics you sometimes sound reasonable.
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Old 03-03-2018, 11:45 AM
 
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+1......also note they are a "porn team" meaning they only interact with each other. They will play "wifey blows the pool guy" routine but the pool guy is the husband or husband bangs wifes sister but it is still the wife with a wig on.
Pretty tame as things go. High school sweethearts if I recall correctly from Oregon. They started by sharing things publicly and then realized they could monetize it. I believe they were generating millions a year at one point.

She’s hot and has gotten hotter with age. I wonder where they moved to.
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Old 03-03-2018, 03:14 PM
 
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I wonder where the casting couch used to be in the house.
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Old 03-03-2018, 03:34 PM
 
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Glad this lady chose to retract the offer.

No way to get around that tarnished history.

Our home we bought and restored was for a few years a 'drug' hangout. We found some questionable artifacts....I hated telling and defending that home as the locals knew it's past. Luckily once we restored it...it was an eye opener to the historic society of preservation that we accomplished such craftsmanship. Every now and again I look back at the photos we took...from gutting to hours of sanding the floors.
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Old 03-04-2018, 04:42 AM
 
Location: Cary, NC
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Ya know what's funny? In some of your posts on other topics you sometimes sound reasonable.
I've spotted those episodes, too.
If only the wheat (occasional apparent reasonableness) didn't blow away in the overwhelming volume and tenacity of the chaff (relentless mendacity)....


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_gfgxkZryM
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Old 03-04-2018, 05:09 AM
 
Location: Cary, NC
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Glad this lady chose to retract the offer.

No way to get around that tarnished history.

Our home we bought and restored was for a few years a 'drug' hangout. We found some questionable artifacts....I hated telling and defending that home as the locals knew it's past. Luckily once we restored it...it was an eye opener to the historic society of preservation that we accomplished such craftsmanship. Every now and again I look back at the photos we took...from gutting to hours of sanding the floors.
You make a point that I often mention to clients:

"Someone is going to take the opportunity to be a neighborhood hero."

Time can heal all wounds.

People have varying triggers. I wouldn't blame anyone for not wanting the house in the OP, or for not wanting the house you bought.
And wouldn't judge people for not being bothered, either.

Some people won't buy a murder house. Some people don't care.
Different strokes...
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