RE: [DNS] First Aid Kits Land Seller in Court (Brad Norrish)

RE: [DNS] First Aid Kits Land Seller in Court (Brad Norrish)

From: Jason Pay <jasonpay§>
Date: Tue, 1 Jun 2004 16:37:44 +1000

Rather than banging on in the text, why don't you just put a link to a 
page on your site?

Just because you are on the auDA board, it does not give you the right to 
monopolise this list with your "expose" on Brad or anyone else.
Go get a job as a reporter on "a current affair", its about your 

How may people on this list at the moment? <500 - hardly informing the 
greater public - why don't you take out an add in your local paper, it may 
get the attention of someone who gives a damn.

I don't care about an individual/company who is doing something wrong 
ethically / legally, unless it relates directly to the  .au domain. Just 
because brad is involved in something doesn't mean the list should hear 
about it

And finally, just because you have been consistent with your drivel 
doesn't mean that everyone else on the list should continue to put up with 

BTW, are you going to continue with this lame expose when your no longer 
on the auDA board?

Jason Pay

Chesley Rafferty <chesleyau&#167;> 
01/06/2004 03:51 PM
Please respond to


RE: [DNS] First Aid Kits Land Seller in Court (Brad Norrish)


I think what Gary is trying to say Josh is that you
are totally obsessed with Brad and me, but you know
what really upsets me Josh, the obsession seems to be

The good old Josh of old would have never taken that
long to find out a news story on Brad or me. In the
words of the Black Eyed Peas:

Where is the love??


 --- Josh Rowe <josh&#167;> wrote: > Gary,
> I do not believe my posts are "non .au rubbish", and
> this view is shared by
> a number of people on this mailing list.
> It is the type of behaviour that is of interest not
> the personalities.  I
> have been consistent with my approach to this kind
> of behaviour long before
> Brad Norrish and friends arrived on the scene.
> It is my belief that past behaviour is usually the
> best predictor of future
> behaviour.
> The techniques used by Employment Protection
> Australia are similar to those
> of Domain Names Australia, Internet Registrations
> Australia, UK Internet
> Registry, NetRegister, Domain Names NZ, etc.
> In an email to the DNS list on July 17, 2003
> ( you
> suggested that Domain Name
> Australia's registration offer was " ...
> another poor attempt at
> conning some unsuspecting recipients. Best thing we
> can do is let our
> clients know to ignore these clowns."
> If this type of behaviour is not discussed on the
> list, then how will you
> let your " ... clients know to ignore these clowns
> ... " in the future?
> You can't have it both ways Gary.
> Josh
> --
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gary Meadows
> Sent: Monday, 31 May 2004 8:47 PM
> To: dns&#167;
> Subject: RE: [DNS] First Aid Kits Land Seller in
> Court (Brad Norrish)
> Josh...this is ridiculous. Could you possibly
> consider creating a mailing
> list on and calling it something like
> "The Bradley Norrish Fan
> Club", and then posting all of your non .au rubbish
> to that for anyone who
> is bored enough to subscribe? You are wasting space
> in my Inbox, and I
> certainly hope Kim or whoever else has a hand in
> maintaining this list takes
> some steps towards keeping it clean for relatively
> on-topic disucssion.
> Gary
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Josh Rowe [mailto:josh&#167;] 
> Sent: Monday, 31 May 2004 8:25 PM
> To: dns&#167;
> Subject: [DNS] First Aid Kits Land Seller in Court
> (Brad Norrish)
> First Aid Kits Land Seller in Court

> l
> " ...
> Bradley Stedman Norrish of Forrest Street East Perth
> and sole Director of
> Employment Protection Australia Pty Ltd will face 30
> charges under the Fair
> Trading Act, following a recent campaign of
> promoting first aid kits for
> sale through the mail.
> ... 
> Once aware of this company's activities, Consumer
> Protection moved quickly
> to intercept letters held in a PO Box ready for
> collection, finding 96
> letters with money orders totaling $26,806 which
> will be returned to the
> senders.
> ... 
> The maximum penalty under the Fair Trading Act if
> the matter goes to the
> District Court and the defendants found guilty, is
> $20,000 for a person and
> $100,000 for a company.
> ... "
> I have also been told that there was a Channel Seven
> news story in Perth on
> Bradley Norrish last Tuesday (25/5/2004) about this
> investigation.  The
> footage allegedly included Brad trying to get away
> from cameras, then saying
> the first aid kids come from Trafalgar.  Then the
> story allegedly talked
> about how he is 25 and has a Ferrari, lives in a
> penthouse apartment in East
> Perth etc, and how they'd raided a PO Box and seized
> about $27k worth of
> cheques that were waiting in it.
> Bradley Norrish, Employment Protection Australia,
> etc
> Josh
> --
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