MR.CLEAN

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  1. MR.CLEAN

    Debate #3

    You have clearly not hung out with many soviet-raised women, nor many models. Both groups are(were) taught never to smile from day 1. Smiling is an indication of weakness. A small smirk is occasionally permitted, nothing more.
  2. proves nothing. just more evidence.
  3. MR.CLEAN

    Debate #3

    Unfortunately around 40% of likely voters are neither thinking nor decent. we are lucky it is smaller in the forums because of the higher education level of sailors.
  4. MR.CLEAN

    Debate #3

    she isn't enduring shit. she loves it. give it a rest.
  5. MR.CLEAN

    “The Big Guy “

    shhhhhh
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    Rethinking the drug war

    Not our problem. sounds like you have a problem with CBP's shitty work.
  7. MR.CLEAN

    Rethinking the drug war

    Ironic that you want to commit criminal acts. I just figured out that you must have been a cop.
  8. MR.CLEAN

    Rethinking the drug war

    unfortunately those who refuse to educate themselves about anything will often choose stupid, childish answers to complicated questions. See cf. trump.
  9. I am securities counsel for over two dozen companies. Several of them have female CEOs. And you are a sexist cunt!
  10. How about 'thanks' you ungrateful ass?
  11. MR.CLEAN

    Rethinking the drug war

    Drone strikes on suspected drug cartels?
  12. MR.CLEAN

    Am I Missing Something? Hospitalization Rates

    you are the sucker in every single bet aren't you?
  13. MR.CLEAN

    Am I Missing Something? Hospitalization Rates

    How many dead does it take to learn? Clearly it's somewhere between 17,000 and 33,000.
  14. The lenders find the companies and promise them whatever they need to in order to get the deal signed. The lender does not generally permit the company to make any material revisions before signing. The documents are typically very one sided. Whatever bullshit they told the company is not part of the agreement so it never happened. And small cap CEOs are typically overworked, wearing many hats, and sometimes they don't realize they need good lawyers. One one hand, without these guys, small cap/microcap companies would never be able to borrow money. On the other hand, the loans themselves (and the stock/trading/antidilution restrictions associated with them) often break the company, and in many cases these CEOs are like babes in the woods with the note guys. SEC has started doing something about it, but not consistently, and in a pretty stupid way. Anyway, more light reading from my little niche of the law: This guy is one of the biggest in the small cap space. https://www.sec.gov/litigation/litreleases/2020/lr24886.htm
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    Rethinking the drug war

    Mexico? My idea? No, the president, the congress, and everyone else who has ever opened a book knows that Mexico is one of our most important allies and trading partners. you really are scary dumb.
  16. MR.CLEAN

    Rethinking the drug war

    Violence justifies extrajudicial murder? Holy shit, I didn't know Duterte was on this forum! Hey Roddy!
  17. MR.CLEAN

    Debate #3

    And the research indicates that it is already beginning to get dirtier thanks to four years of shutting down enforcement of environmental regulations. Next year we will see our dirtiest air since the 70s thanks to you and Donny.
  18. Bobilinski funds startups. He loaned a chinese company based in the Caymans a bunch of dough, purchasing a secured convertible preferred note that would permit him to get shares of the company at a significant discount over the market. I'm not sure if it was in addition to or in lieu of the repayment, not reading that far. These are often called 'toxic loans' or 'toxic debt' because they are an end-around to rules administering lenders, returning 200-300% of the value of the loan in a typical deal and occasionally returning 1000% or more. Then again, a lot of them go bankrupt like this Chinese outfit did, and Bobulinski presented the liquidators (we call them administrators) with a demand for three times the value of the loan, which he argued he was entitled to. The liquidator told him to fuck off and get in line with everyone else, and that he was only entitled to the face value of the loan. They went to court in the Caymans, which has jurisdiction over the Cayman company in bankruptcy, and Bobulinski lost badly. He is entitled to his debt, but it is unsecured, meaning he will never see it. Meanwhile the tribunal awarded attorneys fees and some other compensation to the Chinese company, and they are now trying to enforce the judgment in the USA. Tough swing for Tony if they can get the judgment sistered here - he loses his $650k loan, has to pay another $630k in legal fees and costs, and has to pay his own lawyers, and he's got three or four working on this case at $750/hour. He's looking at a $2M hit on this deal. That's what the above action is all about. Attachment 2 at this link is the one you want to read. It's a detailed decision and summary from the Caymans along with the money awards against Bobulinski. I'm not reading any more of this shit - as soon as I saw the toxic note I knew all I needed to know. I have about 200 of these kinds of Notes and Convertible Note Purchase Agreements on my laptop. I draft them occasionally, but mostly I review and reject them for smallcap CEOs, telling them things like "DON'T EVER EVEN READ ANOTHER DOCUMENT FROM THIS DOUCHEBAGE HE WILL TAKE ALL YOUR MONEY AND THEN THE SEC WILL TAKE YOU TO PRISON."
  19. Look at this guy's name from the case files: Hugh Dickson of Grant Thornton Specialist Services (Cayman),
  20. Just read complaint and answer. That sure explains a lot. The Order of Attachment explains the rest, and it was literally just issued a week or two ago.
  21. MR.CLEAN

    Rethinking the drug war

    nacra thinks its a good idea to murder randoms in allied countries from the sky. mmhmm. nothing wrong with that.
  22. It seems that the dodger is in office, the weaver is spinning yarns, and if wholly submissive attack dog AG Barr don't announce an indictment soon over the EXPLOSIVE EVIDENCE (given to his rudyness), your boy going to prison in less than a year.
  23. Good thing too. Without Trump, their war would be escalating rapidly. Trump should get another Bay of Pigs Award.
  24. AG Barr is far too ethically responsible to use his department in aid of the president's political wishes, of course. That's gotta be it.
  25. I was a lot shorter in the 70s than I am today, though I guess I am shrinking now.