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Orlando Bloom: Car Repair with Dad!

Orlando Bloom: Car Repair with Dad!

Orlando Bloom takes his Audi car in for a repair at a service center on Wednesday (February 16) in Santa Monica, Calif.

The 34-year-old actor, who was joined by his dad Colin Stone, needed to get a light on his rearview mirror replaced.

The day before, Orly went biking with some of his buddies and over the weekend he went out with wife Miranda Kerr, who debuted her post baby body!

15+ pictures inside of Orlando Bloom getting his car repaired…

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Sure, and the idiot that posted the ‘proof’ had no reason to fabricate those e-mails, right?
Like they fabricated the evidence about BES and Gospel?
You delphites sure are gullible when ut suits you, eh?
@122
Funny, seems like YOU haven’t moved on either.
Hypocrite.
And @sighs….
Attack?
No, that’s the delphite strategy when cornered.
We simply proved that you are a liar, and you are avoiding answering the charges.
LOL!

Since Miranda went to the trouble of publishing a photo of Ecocert coming to visit them, that does suggest they had never put the process in motion until then, and she was aware that questions were being asked about it. It wasn’t just KerrazyLies was it? There was also an Australian journalist poking around.

The odd thing is that apparently there was no problem with getting the certificate, so the products were apparently always up to scratch.

some things are certain @ 02/23/2011 at 7:27 am

It is certain that Orlando was not in Audi service with his father Colin Stone. Who was with Orlando?

No, publishing the photo just meant that that is when the inspector was in their facility. She was just understandably excited to be nearing the final stages of certification.
There is a long processof paperwork to be finished before the inspector is actually ‘physically’ there. So if he was on site, most of the paperwork was complete.
But you are right about the speed once he finished his inspection. That means that there wasn’t much, if anything to correct, and that they had done everything that they were supposed to do.

Wanda Rizzuto @ 02/23/2011 at 2:01 pm

@aka:

So I just have to ask, why are you reading my tweets? I know you *say* it’s because you like laughing at my crazy conspiricy theories, but I mostly tweet about politics and chat with friends. I rarely tweet about OB or MK. Is there some reason why you have a problem with that? (Anyone in the world is welcome to see for themselves.) How did you even know I had a Twitter account in the first place? I don’t exactly advertise it. Did you search me out? I’m really interested to know the answer.

never mind…just saw the @aka

He's so hot! @ 02/23/2011 at 8:42 pm

Sighs, you are unbelievably obsessed with all of this as are all your crazy friends who spend so much time ranting about this, reading her facebook, reading other peoples pro Orlando/Miranda LJ communities, commenting on blogs, etc. Why the constant attack on them? I don’t understand why you and your friends don’t move on? It’s quite scary how obsessed with Miranda you are. You might want to see someone about that.

Is it true that only 3 of her products actually passed the certification process? Is that why she didn’t show the actual certs? 3 out of what, 13 products? And one of them not even on the market yet? That’s got to be very disappointing for the brand and for Miranda. That’s why the process went so fast, the majority of the line failed to pass the organic standards set by Ecocert.

That’s possible, depending on the ingredients. From what I’ve heard, anything with a sunscreen won’t pass certification, no matter what. Or maybe the farms that grom the noni use non organic pesticides, or something like that.
But I have not seen the list yet, so I really don’t know.
Where did you see it?

I thought that what they received was the license for organic certification. The “certificate of commitment”.
She even stated that the products were “slowly but surely becoming certified”, not that they were all certified as of yet. To me that implies an ongoing process.
Maybe there were only three initially, but there are more to come.
I’m interested in where you saw that list, too.
I try to buy organic whenever I can. And if Miranda’s products are certified, they may be worth the shipping costs.

This is a direct quote from Miranda, taken from her Kora blog concerning the organic certification:

“HI Guys,

Just thought I would share this with you as we have received our licence for Organic certification from our audit. This is such wonderful news. It has been a very long process but we are excited to say that our products are slowly but surely becoming certified.

Love Miranda and The KORA Organics Team ***

See that? “slowly but surely becoming certified”

I thought that I would point that out since your favorite bunch of liars on that hateful blog of obsessed cretins love to twist her words.
They are already claiming that she said that all of her products are certified. Now who are they calling a liar?????
I guess that reading comprehension is not their strong suit, eh?
Or, as always, they ignore the facts because they just get in the way of their hate filled diatribes.
hypocrites.

He's so hot! @ 02/24/2011 at 7:28 am

Thanks for posting the quote from Kora. It’s nice to have the truth and since it didn’t fit their version they just lie to make it so.

There’s a little problem with your spin on this.

You see, on Sept. 27, 2010, about 5 months ago, Miranda herself posted this on her FB page in response to a question: “Yes sweetheart we are Certified Organic.***

She couldn’t be any more plain than that. Then on October 14 on the same FB page she again responded: “Hey Arabella Kora Organics is Certified Organic so it will not hurt your skin…..”

Both of these statements are well before Kora even began the process, well before the audit with Ecocert, and the intent to deceive her customers is there for all to see. No twisting of words necessary. Miranda lied. Go read it for yourself on her FB page.

Hmmmm, that’s funny.
To give you the benefit of a doubt, I actually went back to those days to check your info.
Funny.
I could not find any such statement on either day, on either one of Miranda’s pages.
Did I miss it?
Or are you just making it up?

I don’t habe time to check your information, but unless she states that it is certified on the product packaging, in advertisements, or on the Kora web page, she is not “deceiving” her customers.
Her products are advertised as organic, not certified organic.
But you sure know a lot about Miranda.
Must be hard for someone who is so “sick of hearing about her and her obsessed fans” to keep such a close eye on the girl. Closer even than her fans.
And you lot call another certain fan “obsessed”?
That’s rich.

Um, have to disagree there. IF she states they are Certified Organic to a customer, knowing that it’s not true, then she is deceiving them.

Yet her intent is not to pass off inferior goods that aren’t organic at all, because some of the products at least do qualify for certification.

And it’s not to use certification as a selling point without undergoing the tedious and costly (?) process of certification, because the official product description doesn’t claim to be certified.

It seems unlikely that it’s their promotional policy for her to say the products are certified on Facebook and then remove the posts before anyone can prove it. It would only produce a few extra sales and be quite risky. Even the customers she sold to might notice there’s nothing about certification on the packaging and demand their money back.

If she’s doing it then it doesn’t really make sense. She ought to realise that if she’s using a Facebook presence to promote the products, she needs to know all about them and have good answers to questions like that.

True.
That would be deceptive, but it doesn’t sound like she intended to deceive anyone. She seemed to have misspoken on a brief facebook answer,, then deleted it because she knew that it was incorrect. It’s not like she continued to repeat the incorrect information.
But there’s no proof either way, so I’m willing to give her the benefit of a doubt.
Especially since some of her products have met the high standards of certification.
And yes, I imagine that it is quite expensive to be certified.
I work in a field where we are required by law to be inpected every year. We pay nearly two thousand dollars for each inspection. Not counting the extra man hours required to keep all records and quality tests up to date and accurate.
If she doesn’t have to be certified, the fact that she is willing to absorb the expense of inspections, tells me that she is determined to meet high quality standards for her products.

Ecocert must have thought she was deceiving customers on her business FB when they sent a cease and desist letter to Kora. You see, she was claiming she was Ecocert Certiied Organic when in reality she hadn’t even begun any processes with them.

That’s a pretty clear indication that she was dishonest in her dealings with customers/potential customers who visited her Kora Organics FB page. Mis-speak once, maybe, but doing it twice indicates a pattern of deception.

That’s interesting.
Do you have proof of this?

Why would Ecocert make it public that they’d sent a cease and desist letter? Wouldn’t that be a legal matter and thus privileged?

Actually, what do you mean by “cease and desist letter”? The use of specific legal terminology suggests a formal letter that is part of the legal process.

But do you mean the kind of letter that photo agencies send to fansites, an informal warning basically, saying that you may not be aware that our photos are copyright but they are, so you must pay for them or remove them and if you don’t we will have to take legal action?

If they sent a letter of that type, that doesn’t imply they thought she had malicious intent, just that they wanted her to stop.

You say that she claimed Kora was Ecocert Certified Organic but in the two quotes given at No. 138, she doesn’t include the word Ecocert. Thus your statement implies a level of intent to deceive which her quoted statements don’t. You don’t seem to be entirely objective, and I think it’s important to be objective when accusing someone of deception.

#145 is expecting a logical answer from a delphite.
Their brains can’t process logic.
This may get ugly.

“Thus your statement implies a level of intent to deceive which her quoted statements don’t”
They specialize in twisting statements to suit their agenda.
Direct quotes just get in their way.
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“You don’t seem to be entirely objective”
That has to be the understatemant of the century.
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But this is what they do.
They make up stories, or twist half truths to condemn a total stranger who has done nothing to them. Well, nothing but have the nerve to marry Orlando, and to bear his child. How dare she!!!
They formed a forum, and a few hateful blogs so that they could insult and lie about her to their hearts content. You see, that’s the only way that they can make themselves feel better about their own lives. By trying to tear down others.
The only ones allowed to comment on their sites are people who agree absolutely with their insane theories. Dissent and/or free speech is not permitted on their sites. Disagree, and you will be told to “shut the f**k up”. Then they whine about other sites not allowing THEM to say whatever they want. Just another example of their hypocrisy.
They only come here to fling insults, hoping to be seen by more than the (very) few people that read their board. Then, as has been proved in several of the recent threads, when faced with ACTUAL TRUTH, they run and hide.
They can only exist in their hate filled little world. No questions that they can’t answer. No one to question their sanity.
They spent every waking moment searching the internet for something to twist. Miranda OWNS them. Their lives revolve around her.
Pretty sad, isn’t it.

My favorite fake blog is the fake Kate one.
The idiot pretends that she is Kate, with all of this super secrect, insider information, then makes the mistake of posting in US time, while Kate is in Europe.
DOH!
And we are supposed to believe that the real Kate is as OBSESSED with Miranda as much as the delphidiots.
It’s a laugh a minute.
The only person that posts on her blog is the same sad little tin-hat that fell for fake Orlando. The tinnie that just can’t let the fantasy of Vig-Orlie die. Of course, she will believe anyone that supports her delusions, no matter how obviously fake.
Pathetic.

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