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Muttsy last won the day on October 2 2021

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  1. Yes she could. Moreover she should. The Coalition has tainted the entire process, is not a good-faith actor and its odious continuing presence on this stage dooms any chance of a consensual resolution.
  2. Court hearing Tuesday sign up for zoom call. Click on blue link: https://casedocs.omniagentsolutions.com/cmsvol2/pub_47373/9a06c7bb-242f-488e-ad98-e5062b1db6d9_8300.pdf
  3. Yes, it’s called “wishful thinking.” If anything, the vote accept percentage drops further. The 3500 quickpay elections drop it down to 70%. As AC/DC put it: “Its a long way to the top if you want to rock and roll.”
  4. My wife is the smartest person I know. And she has no diplomas to prove it. (I shall them certificates of stupidity.) . Regarding the Dr Bates amended expert opinion, she said wouldn’t that require a new vote? The Plan now reduces the base values I.e. the lies the BSA and Coalition pitched it, is now reduced by 75%. Shouldn’t that have been in the Plan and disclosure statement BEFORE the vote, she asks. And here I thought she was merely a fabulous cook and lover.
  5. Yes, it’s called “wishful thinking.” If anything, the vote accept percentage drops further. The 3500 quickpay elections drop it down to 70%. As AC/DC put it: “Its a long way to the top if you want to rock and roll.”
  6. Maybe that would be a good thing to have scouting authority vested in the locals, a federation of local councils under a new banner. ..Scouting USA with strict oversight of its operations regarding child protection by outside, independent monitors.
  7. Perhaps but are they viable without the BSA brand? Isn't the BSA IP critical to the locals? How do you recruit in schools, seek community support find organizations to sponsor troops, fund raise. I'm not seeing how that is a viable strategy from a financial perspective.
  8. My understanding is the LC execs salaries are paid by National. Is that wrong? If true, who pays those salaries when BSA liquidates? Do the locals have the cash flow to pay those salaries and benefits with BSA gone? Under what authority do the local councils have to continue to operate absent the charter from National which will be defunct?
  9. Many of those in this forum have up-close and personal experiences with local executives, local boards, etc. I do not. As an outsider, and I have seen this before with other not-for-profits. To quote Pacino's character from Scent of a Woman, "when the going gets tough, some guys run and other guys stay." My point is this: Are these local execs and volunteer board members with none of their skin in the game, the types that will run or the ones that stay. If these Locals file or even thing about filing Ch.11 these boards will have to sign off the verified Ch 11 Petition. Now they hav
  10. TCC counsel is paid out of the debtor’s assets. In that sense, all the bankruptcy lawyers have a shared perverse incentive to keep the fee carousel going until the well is dry. Then those same lawyers throw what’s left of the carcass to the victims. A Ch 7 stops the carousel. All the bankruptcy professional s are terminated; a liquidation trustee is appointed and becomes the Czar. His job is to go after all the assets, pursue other assets like LC’s assets, charter assets and all the insurance insurance. This was and is inevitable.
  11. BSA only plan was alluded to at the last hearing. Century’s lawyer stated to the court-in response to Pachulski’s suggestion of a BSA only plan that such a plan would not be feasible because BSA, the LCs and charters are too “integrated.” I quickly glanced at Lauria’s, Andolina’s and the Ad Hoc LC lawyer’s faces and I saw nods in agreement. Moreover those Hollywood square faces expressed zero disagreement with Schiovoni’s assertion that BSA is essentially a single organization for operational purposes at least. So unless there is an immediate stipulated substantive consolidation of the LC’s a
  12. I don’t understand why there were so many abstentions. Those ballots that did not check accept or reject. Why would a claimant go to the trouble of casting a ballot if he had no opinion? Do abstentions count? This suggests to me what I feared which is the eBallot caused massive confusion or else it did not function properly.
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