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Bob Bookman

Who is Bob Bookman and does anyone besides Mrs Bob Bookman really care? Maybe Jeff and Andy Rezac, the owners of Twin Cities Re-Bath. We are guessing they are a trio of happy campers. Bobby calls himself the The Rodentman and claims he has 30 tattoos and is running out of room for more. Now that must be a pretty sight to behold. When Robert Bookman says "Rats" he really means it.

On June 15, 2010, we received an email from one Bob Bookman about Twin Cities Re-Bath. In the past we have received a few emails that had good things to say about a company we have criticized but these emails are few and their tone is considerably different from the one we received from Robert Bookman of Apple Valley, Minnesota.

To begin with, his disclaimer was suspicious considering the glowing terms he used to describe Andy and Twin Cities Re-Bath. Robert lives at 6896 129th St W, St Paul, but describes himself as being in Apple Valley, which, according to MapQuest, is a short distance south of 6896 129th St W, St Paul. Robert also is not very far from the Twin Cities Re-Bath office at 15050 Cedar Ave, Apple Valley. But, the close proximity of these two could be a coincidence. Given the circumstances here, we distrust coincidences.

On the day in question, Tuesday, June 15, 2010, about 15 minutes before the above email, Bob Bookman did a Google search for "re bath colorado" and clicked through to this web site. He did not spend any time reading complaints or visiting other pages to get a "feel" for what was being said. He sent his email and then departed. He never read the complaint posted about Twin Cities Re-Bath, or the remarks about Andy Rezac, to which he refers in his first email. This action belies the tone and approach of his email. After his second email he did spend a couple of hours on the web pages reading the various entries.

We responded to Bookman's first email at 7:04pm (6:04 his time). We provoked him with an attitude response. It has been our experience that genuine emails respond differently to being provoked. Phony emails respond with this sort of outrage that they were not successful and often resort to profanity. As did Bob Bookman in his second email, sent to us at 6:12pm on June 15, 2010.

It is our opinion that the first email is a setup and that Bob Bookman is lying to us. Considering the people we have encountered in this Re-Bath mess, we are not surprised. In his second email, Bob Bookman claims our problems doubtlessly arose from our "inability to read or comprehend their terms and products". Except Booby-kins, our contract called for a 72-inch master bath vanity, not the two 36-inch vanities Re-Bath purchased from Lowe's and put side-by-side under the 72-inch vanity top. Perhaps you can tell us how we misunderstood that? Or the 42-inch vanity for the second bathroom? The contract very plainly states a 42-inch vanity not the 36-inch vanity Re-Bath purchased from Lowe's. But Bob, we read our contract a lot more than you read the web site. You see Bobby, or should we call you Booby, the problem lies with your inability to lie any better than Dave Fleming of Colorado Springs, or, as we suspect, lie any better than your good buddy Andy Rezac of Twin Cities Re-Bath.

We believe Andy, and maybe Jeff, looked at the web site days earlier and did not like seeing the letter about Twin Cities Re-Bath. We also think they colluded with Bob Bookman to send this "glowing" email perhaps for nefarious purposes. When confronted, their conspiratorial glee reverted to childish anger.

But we will not sink to your level and call you an asshole even though you may be one. Nor will we sink to your level and use such terms as "whack-a-doo" (you really know how to insult someone, Booby). You are the stereo-typical pseudo-intellectual who resorts to name calling when it becomes apparent to you that you cannot debate the issues. A typical left wing nut attempt to divert the discussion from the issues to personal attacks, relying upon the false notion that he who starts the name calling hold the moral high ground. Good luck with that one, Bob Bookman.

Good night, Mrs. Calabash, wherever you are.

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