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Seems "what goes around - comes around"

#2
Oh dear, how sad, never mind.

On the other hand, reading the circumstances behind his stay on the Costa del Crime, I'm left wondering how many other poor barstewards he's left in the financial lurch. For 'businessman' in this case read 'fraudster' throughout.
 
#3
No sympathy whatsoever. Karma will always catch you up in the end.
 
#4
PartTimePongo said:
No sympathy whatsoever. Karma will always catch you up in the end.
So you're saying he deserved to die?

Clearly the guy was an arrsehole - does that mean it's a good thing that he's dead? Not convinced, particularly since it means that he now won't face justice for the crimes he's been accused of.
 
#5
Oh bless.

Yes, its a shame he won't face justice but I'm sure there won't be too many tears shed for him by any of those who were affected by his callous treatment!
 
#7
Mourners are being asked NOT to chase the hearse.
 
#8
REgards said:
I think the phrase is poetic justice....
It would be poetic justice if he went off the road whilst trying to send a text. Otherwise it's only really of interest if somone did him in because of his company going to the wall.
 
#9
My condolences to HM Revenue and Customs for looseing the cash
 
#10
mistersoft said:
Mourners are being asked NOT to chase the hearse.
That's the funniest (darkly) thing I've read in ages.
 
#11
Thats presuming that HM Revenue & Customs had the any real clue as to how to get it back, short of it all being under 10 crates of fags at Dover Docks, and not being for his own consumption.
 
#14
_Artemis_ said:
PartTimePongo said:
No sympathy whatsoever. Karma will always catch you up in the end.
So you're saying he deserved to die?
Yes!

I am a great fan of basic, natural justice. I am sickened by comments such as "mustn't speak ill of the dead."

If he was a bastard when he was alive now he is just a dead bastard.

okay I am harsh, but he ruined the lives of thousands of people for varying lengths of time and did a bunk with the money.

The world is a better place with him in a box.
 
#15
Cnuts like him make me wonder how many other company directors are as selfish,greedy and spineless as this man.Death seems a more fitting end to this man's sordid career as I wonder how long before he would of got round the ruling banning him from a directorship and started some other money making scheme for himself
 
#16
Furryturd said:
_Artemis_ said:
PartTimePongo said:
No sympathy whatsoever. Karma will always catch you up in the end.
So you're saying he deserved to die?
Yes!

I am a great fan of basic, natural justice. I am sickened by comments such as "mustn't speak ill of the dead."

If he was a bastard when he was alive now he is just a dead bastard.

okay I am harsh, but he ruined the lives of thousands of people for varying lengths of time and did a bunk with the money.

The world is a better place with him in a box.
I'm by no means saying we shouldn't speak ill of the dead, hence my saying earlier that the guy was clearly an arrsehole!

Ref your natural justice point: unless you think that the guy should have been executed for his crimes, it's hard to see how justice is served by him dying now.
 
#17
It is thought the businessman was at the wheel when his car went off the motorway near the resort. He died in hospital later.

No other cars were thought to be involved and police have started an investigation into the cause of the incident.
Suicide? Either that or, as alluded to by Drummer_Boy, he is as we speak hot-footing it to Rio. Maybe they should check his bank accounts...
 
#18
Apparently a Welsh relative has been banned from attending due to a fallout with the funeral director but his wife is adamant.

She has insisted the ceremony will be no-Wynn no-fee.
 

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#19
Someone must have been to blame...

Perhaps the bereaved family will sue....

(What is it they all say..."its not the money that's important but the principle....)
 
#20
_Artemis_ said:
PartTimePongo said:
No sympathy whatsoever. Karma will always catch you up in the end.
So you're saying he deserved to die?

let's consider the facts, langford died in a crash where no other vehicle was inolved, as such IMO there is a better than average chance he was driving carelessly prior to his accident.

As such I think the family of William Thornley whom Langford killed in 2000 whilst driving carelessly, might consider the "karma's a bitch" philosophy to be quite apt....
 

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