Left to right: Mr Alan Bartram | Mr Bob Leiper | Mr Rex Gibbons
Since Mr Gibbons tried to steal this £38K website from me on 7th July, 2015, I have had the misfortune to bump into him at three Horsham pubs. The Sussex Oak at Warnham, The Star in Roffey (twice), and the Anchor Tap.
Curiously, on seeing me, his legs immediately turn to rubber, his knees knock together, his legs begin to buckle and he looks as if he's about to fall over. He also turns into a gibbering, jabbering idiot. He throws himself at the bar staff, and begs them for mercy and to save him. Is this 'really' the normal behaviour a willing, capable, competent, reliable and trustworthy project partner?
No, it is not. It is the spineless, cowardly behaviour of a little scallywag monkey, who knows, full well, that he has been a really naughty boy in trying to steal this £38K website that he tricked, duped, and deceived me into building in the first place. He was caught fair and square, and he was sacked.
I just can't understand why Mr Gibbons seems so reluctant to have the 'really' deep and meaningful conversation, that I would so dearly like to have with him.
(If Mr Gibbons has any redeeming qualities at all, I have yet to find one).
IF the silly little Scallywag Monkeys, would like to do something 'really' useful to help Mr Gibbons, might I suggest that a pair of rocket propelled running shoes might be handy?
(I would really have welcomed having a willing, capable, competent, reliable and trustworthy project partner)!