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On Feb 20, 9:33�pm, "Dad" <adoptada...(a)comcast.net> wrote:
> On Feb 20, 9:36 pm, "J." <jmd...(a)aol.com> wrote:
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> > On Feb 20, 9:42?am, "Dad" <adoptada...(a)comcast.net> wrote:
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> > > On Feb 19, 9:00 pm, "J." <jmd...(a)aol.com> wrote:
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> > > > On Feb 18, 8:35?pm, KL <klbjor...(a)aohell.com> wrote:
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> > > > > Did anyone else feel eerie reading about a facilitator from FL whose
> > > > > name begins with an M??
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> > > > > Sure had me wondering!!
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> > > > I'm sure it had nothing to do with Florida laws protecting personal
> > > > assets. ?Just ask OJ; he's there for the golf.
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> > > I had an acquaintance who owned a small business which did very well
> > > in the late 90's. ?After a few not-so-good years, he drained his
> > > company of cash, ran up a seven figure debt with his suppliers and
> > > creditors, bought a million dollar coastal home near Venice and
> > > established primary residency... ?and then declared bankruptcy.
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> > > There's something so wrong about Florida's Homestead Act.
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> > Give me the name of a lender willing to advance me seven figures
> > without adequate collateral and I'll move to Florida, too.
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> It wasn't one lender -  it was several.  It wasn't one supplier - it
> was dozens.  If you have a good track record, decent sales volume, and
> a creative accountant, running up a seven figure debt is a snap.
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> But somehow I just don't see you stiffing anyone and moving next to
> Marcy.  I could be wrong, but my gut tells me otherwise.
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So, you have to work hard to succeed, even as a crook? Damn.

J.