Oh Liah, Liah, Liah ... I've met him, and you've heard me say George is a wonderful person ... but I guess you think me biased ... and I probably am, but no way do I just blindly sing his praises. I understand your points of view, I understand and agree with what you've written, I paid to meet him even though I met him before, if you could have been there last summer when he personally came to the luncheon and thanked everyone for contributing to the charity ... he didn't look at it personally as people paying to meet him, he looked at it as him being a vehicle to do good for a charity, he used himself - maybe some people didn't get what they expected, but I think that's where people were disappointed and why, they just expected too much. I don't know of anyone that he was out and out rude to at the charity meet and greet, other than 1 occassion, and I know that he went out of his way to make that up to the person that it happened to, (one of the two that were there because the other one wasn't there when Peter went out of his way to make it up) it was just, from what I heard from people that work directly with him, that that day was a personal day in hell for Peter and he had lots of reasons that things unfortunately went wrong and he kinda snapped. Well ... geez, I didn't come to this board to go into all this, and now it probably does look that way, but I speak from the heart, biased or not, I do firmly believe what I say and it comes from my personal experience, and I understand that other people's personal experiences may be much different and that's why sometimes there is such a difference in points of view.
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