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...food chain. And what if they had to file bankruptcy everyone does it. We live in a capitalistic society. And what is “Capitalism without bankruptcy is like Christianity without hell” (Borman, Frank) and who really believes in hell, do you think the under handed, self-righteous, egotistical, serial killer, sinner McDonnell Douglas do? But, I don’t know, I’ll let you decide.
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