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  1. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by simple View Post
    Most of you guys aren't racers so you can't appreciate the "influence" that Niner had on the XC scene. For a while there that scene is what sold a lot of bikes. These days it is endurbro skidders and Niner even with good marketing isn't capturing those sales well.
    Racers.

    XC.

    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by skaredshtles View Post
    Racers.

    XC.

    lol
    MTBR ... dad bod... lol

    (anyway yup xc in general is dead but the middle school and high school leagues are bringing it back so laugh now but you'll see it back soon enough)

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    Quote Originally Posted by simple View Post
    MTBR ... dad bod... lol

    (anyway yup xc in general is dead but the middle school and high school leagues are bringing it back so laugh now but you'll see it back soon enough)
    Come on, man other than DH, it's *all* XC and always has been. Sure it's faster and cushier now going down the hill... but it's all XC. Just ridin' bikes in the woods.

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    Yeah your cryptic last post made that crystal clear. Talk like a real person, not one that surfs the net all day long.

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    Lots of dentists still trail ride on 29er hardtails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldSteve View Post
    There is no trend. Each Chapter 11 plan is its own thing. Based on my experience, if, as it appears, the debtor is seeking new capital or an assets sale to a third party buyer, the plan will likely provide for unsecureds getting paid. I haven't seen the schedules, so I don't know how much of the $7.9 million is unsecured. IVO the nature of the biz, I'd be surprised if unsecureds are a big chunk of that. Typically there's a big secured bank loan secured by all assets. And if the debtor was buying inventory on terms, the vendors would have a security interest either per agreement or Article 9 purchase money security interest. My guess is that the debtor filed Chapter 11 to get out of a lease and/or other executory contract to clear the way for a reorg or sale.
    False. There are trends, even if your National Lawyers Guild boilerplate suggests otherwise.

    You're old enough, Large Guy, to have seen the BK world when it was hardly used at all. Remember how frequently people filed for any Chapter protection prior to the 1990s? How many BK specialist lawyers existed in the 1980s and before? How many since?

    Of course every filing is its own filing. Stop trying to buffalo non-lawyers.

    If we graded practicing lawyers A-B-C-D, like scholastic grades?

    "A" lawyers know the trends.
    "B" lawyers pretend to know the trends & lie about it as marketing puff.
    "C" lawyers say "trends? I guess, if you say so."
    "D" lawyers can't even imagine a trend, and probably cheated in law school for 80% of their "work"
    Last edited by creaky fossil; 12-01-2017 at 08:19 AM.

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