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Old 08-18-2007, 01:34 AM
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Feedback?
I am still waiting for some of that feedback. No seriously I am!!
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Old 08-18-2007, 01:40 AM
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You know there is an easy fix for feedback.
All you have to do is turn it's mick off. JMO
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Old 08-18-2007, 01:44 AM
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Sorry I got in a Feedback Suck's Loop.
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Old 08-18-2007, 01:46 AM
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Sorry I got in a Feedback Suck's Loop.Sorry I got in a Feedback Suck's Loop.Sorry I got in a Feedback Suck's Loop.
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Old 08-18-2007, 01:57 AM
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Old 08-18-2007, 01:20 PM
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I don't know if this is true or not. My question to any lawyers on the site is: If you sell your assets -- Is it this easy for a company to fold up ?? If they were to get a large sum of money for the plant would a judge then allocate those funds to all claims etc. I would not think they could keep the money from the sale and then close up. If the debts were more than the sale -- yes -- I don't know ?? To me it would be a little more difficult than "sell the factory and fold up " maybe I am wrong ??
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Old 08-18-2007, 02:08 PM
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I'm not a lawyer, or lawyer wannabe, but it might make sense at this point to get some papers filed, and a lis pendens against the assets filed if possible.

Ask your lawyer.

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Old 08-18-2007, 02:41 PM
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Feedback - 8/18/2007 1:17 AM

Guys what's the point of running down a boat if you own that boat. All you are doing is ruining your resale value of your own boat and everyone else that has the same boat.
Which brand do you own, a Grady White, a Scout, or a Contender?
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Old 08-19-2007, 02:50 PM
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I don't know anything about 41 Luhrs other than what he and you guys have written but I do know his type. 41 Luhrs was a Florida House flipper who made a little money, dumped his wife and married his trophy wife with the big bolt on boobs and got a boat he couldn't afford and had poor if any seamanship skills. So the guy try to screw the dealer when he can't get the ex-wife to sign over the old dinghy he traded in ran the new boat into the ground and suckers you guys into supporting him when he tries to screw Luhrs Boats too.

Now that some one is willing to shine the the light on 41 Luhrs and you guys can't refute what I have said. In the typical liberal way you try to change the subject and attack the messenger.

By the way I'm still looking for a trailer boat so that I can launch closer to the fishing and save days of travel by boat. Any suggestions.
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Feedback - 8/19/2007 2:50 PM

I don't know anything about 41 Luhrs other than what he and you guys have written but I do know his type. 41 Luhrs was a Florida House flipper who made a little money, dumped his wife and married his trophy wife with the big bolt on boobs and got a boat he couldn't afford and had poor if any seamanship skills. So the guy try to screw the dealer when he can't get the ex-wife to sign over the old dingy he traded in ran the new boat into the ground and suckers you guys into supporting him when he tries to screw Luhrs Boats too.

Now that some one is willing to shine the the light on 41 Luhrs and you guys can't refute what I have said. In the typical liberal way you try to change the subject and attack the messenger.

By the way I'm still looking for a trailer boat so that I can launch closer to the fishing and save days of travel by boat. Any suggestions.
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Old 08-19-2007, 03:07 PM
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So from your answer it looks like I was exactly right 41 Luhrs and the rest of 41 Luhrs band of brothers.
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Old 08-19-2007, 04:01 PM
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Feedback - 8/19/2007 2:50 PM

I don't know anything about 41 Luhrs other than what he and you guys have written but I do know his type. 41 Luhrs was a Florida House flipper who made a little money, dumped his wife and married his trophy wife with the big bolt on boobs and got a boat he couldn't afford and had poor if any seamanship skills. So the guy try to screw the dealer when he can't get the ex-wife to sign over the old dinghy he traded in ran the new boat into the ground and suckers you guys into supporting him when he tries to screw Luhrs Boats too.

Now that some one is willing to shine the the light on 41 Luhrs and you guys can't refute what I have said. In the typical liberal way you try to change the subject and attack the messenger.

By the way I'm still looking for a trailer boat so that I can launch closer to the fishing and save days of travel by boat. Any suggestions.
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Old 08-19-2007, 04:36 PM
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Mr Sunshine - 8/18/2007 1:20 PM


I don't know if this is true or not. My question to any lawyers on the site is: If you sell your assets -- Is it this easy for a company to fold up ?? If they were to get a large sum of money for the plant would a judge then allocate those funds to all claims etc. I would not think they could keep the money from the sale and then close up. If the debts were more than the sale -- yes -- I don't know ?? To me it would be a little more difficult than "sell the factory and fold up " maybe I am wrong ??
More than likely the property isn't owned by the same company that builds the boats, perhaps another holding company owns the property.
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Old 08-19-2007, 08:29 PM
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This is of course different state by state. And yes you are right. Typically the land and the building owned by other comanies and the factory rents them - all about liability shielids. Company sells assets and good will, new company and old owners do the cross additional insured thing, and all parties move on. You could be stick suing a shell corporation with a new name as the old name went with the new company. But the old company now has no assets. Day of business sale all money sucked out. Done every day all around this country. You can sue thru this and prove fraud, but you'll spend a lot of money doing it, and I doubt a barrister would take this on contingent.

Think this doesn't happen ? Group of home buiulders started a home warranty company called HOW many years ago. They sold, or bonded off, the repairs that may arise during the warranty period of new homes, all but the mech and elec trades, for a 10 year coverage period. Then the HOW company got too many hits, spurred by the FRT plywood thing at the time. Took the company down. I was left holding the bag on a townhouse with a FRT roof I had to replace, and my now present house with a bad roof. I ended up in the office of the president of the then largest builder in the US, who was shutting down the company. Why ? To avoid the claiams and suits they knew would come back to them when HOW failed. So I ate the $ 15,000 of roof repairs. The truly rich who are unscrupulous see things coming and act to presrve their assets and screw all the little guys.
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Old 08-19-2007, 08:45 PM
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This is of course different state by state. And yes you are right. Typically the land and the building owned by other comanies and the factory rents them - all about liability shielids. Company sells assets and good will, new company and old owners do the cross additional insured thing, and all parties move on. You could be stick suing a shell corporation with a new name as the old name went with the new company. But the old company now has no assets. Day of business sale all money sucked out. Done every day all around this country. You can sue thru this and prove fraud, but you'll spend a lot of money doing it, and I doubt a barrister would take this on contingent.

Think this doesn't happen ?
This happened two years ago to one of the best names in the boat business, it was done so well that no one but the vendors that got screwed knew that it happened.
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Old 08-19-2007, 08:53 PM
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M.E.K. - 8/19/2007 8:45 PM
This happened two years ago to one of the best names in the boat business, it was done so well that no one but the vendors that got screwed knew that it happened.
Who was that? I guess I'm stupid....
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Old 08-19-2007, 08:53 PM
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what does his new wife's new boobs have to do with yaw/bow steer issues - i mean if that is the cause I am gonna need pics
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Old 08-19-2007, 09:19 PM
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billh1963 - 8/19/2007 8:53 PM

M.E.K. - 8/19/2007 8:45 PM
This happened two years ago to one of the best names in the boat business, it was done so well that no one but the vendors that got screwed knew that it happened.
Who was that? I guess I'm stupid....
No not at all!
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Old 08-20-2007, 12:12 AM
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Old 08-20-2007, 11:41 AM
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Why didn't they do a recall on his new wifes boobies its seems they have caused the issues with all the boats. They is some amazing bolt ons.
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