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Old 31st August 2004, 12:31 PM   #1
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Hello, I ordered a kit from BrianGT.com via paypal a few days ago and have yet to hear back from him. How long does it usually take for the kit to be mailed or for him to contact me? I know he is a member of this board so maybe he will read this post. Thanks
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Old 31st August 2004, 02:16 PM   #2
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While I haven't ordered any boards from BrianGT, I can say that BrianGT is a very regular user of these boards, I wouldn't worry about it, if he hasn't answered I'm sure he's just away or something.
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Old 31st August 2004, 10:18 PM   #3
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Brian will definitely follow-up, but he has recently moved, so it can take him a couple of days to get around to it these days.

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Old 31st August 2004, 10:26 PM   #4
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My boards were great. Brian can take a little bit of time sometimes, but I wouldn't worry about his reliability. He came through great for me.

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Old 2nd September 2004, 04:27 PM   #5
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I tried to reply to this last night, but it looks like the forum has being having problems. I have received the order, and will get it along with 3 other recent orders shipped out as soon as the new boards arrived. The boards shipped out yesterday and should hopefully be here early next week (ups ground from colorado).

I had a very hectic weekend without much internet access. On Saturday, I flew up to Maryland to visit my parents and to pick up a 1987 Ford F150 pickup to help out with my projects, which my parents found for me at a reasonable price. I started to drive back down to Georgia on Monday morning, and got stuck in Richmond for 9 hours total, first for a multiple car pileup on the road, cutting off traffic for 2 hours or so, and then once traffic started to move a bit, the rain started from the tropical storm. Richmond ended up getting 12" or so of rain in a couple of hours, closing Interstate 95 with 4' of rain covering it in one point. It then took a long time to find a path around the city that wasn't blocked by the flash flooding. I ended up making it out of the city and driving for two hours or so to North Carolina, where my truck died at around midnight. I ended up having AAA tow the truck to a place and had the coil replaced the next day along with the alternator. I managed to get out of North Carolina at around 4:30pm on tuesday and made it home at around 1:30am wednesday morning. I am also quite busy at work, catching up from the 2 days I missed (planned on returning to work on Tuesday, not Wednesday).

It was quite a busy trip, so I am sorry if I am delayed in response to e-mails/postings. I will work to get the remaining orders shipped out ASAP when the boards arrive. All but the more recent orders received last week were shipped out over a week ago.

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Old 2nd September 2004, 07:50 PM   #6
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Sounds ugly Brian.. .. I won't worrie about the order I've just placed, take your time .. best regards,
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Old 2nd September 2004, 08:47 PM   #7
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For me the same words as Tschrama Brian. Take your time, things come as they come.

Greetings from Holland.

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After while you will laugh at this experience as always . These are the things you remember when you grow old. I'm jealous since I can't even remember what I did on monday (watched TV?)

I'm just starting to build an enclosure for my GC
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