Originally Posted by Fritzski
Originally Posted by veteran
I couldn't get past the few paras before 'turning off'. Sorry, I've read more accurate journalism in the Fashion Police column in the Women's Weekly.
Just review the coverage in the Park Record or read the facts in the 83 (?) page judgement.
Wot he said.
Btw, PCMR paid 12 months 'rent'for year 1 of the new uum 'lease' in advance (which opened up the 'equitable renewal of lease' arguments. But why let facts get in the way of a good story.
Seriously? The whole reason I wrote the article is for the 99% of all riders out there that don't want nor care to read an 83 page judgement
. I didn't make anything up and just tried to condense and put into a logical order info from the various articles out there including much from the Park Record.
And I read every post and whether they missed "payment" or a "notice" is the kind of irrelevant detail that the average reader wouldn't even notice and you guys can't even agree on.
Some of my conjecture as to what the future holds is just that. You are free to agree or disagree and I guess what we think won't have much of a bearing on how things turn out anyhow.
Despite my passion for facts, I'm totally sympathetic to your situation. You're not an investigative journalist; you're a blogger trying to make an undigestible mass of information easy for the casual reader to understand. Despite so much certainty from so many people, the situation is moderately complex, there's a lot of legal jargon involved that sounds like plain language but isn't, and the usual number of misstatements and misrepresentations floating around.
Anyhow, I think you did a good job of getting the gist of what's happened so far and putting it out there for consumption, which is what you set out to do. Sure, someone who wants the gory details should go back and read every memorandum and decision and communique and article they have the stomach for (which is what I'm doing), but your piece is clear enough to let people know whether it's worth their time to do that.