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Old Dec 01, 2014, 02:40 PM
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Time to revisit this one. Bm implies he has a new magic bullet. I'm betting the Kramer Levin equity partners are ready to drop Trap's crap.
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Old Dec 01, 2014, 06:47 PM
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“We understand that the FAA intends to appeal the decision. We are disappointed that the agency feels that continued litigation is the appropriate path forward for this emerging industry,” said Mr. Schulman. “However, Mr. Pirker will continue to defend against this unprecedented attempt to impose a penalty that has no basis in any law or regulation, and the nearly decade-long commercial drone ‘ban’ that sends the wrong message to high-tech innovators and entrepreneurs.”
Time to punt huh!
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Old Dec 01, 2014, 06:55 PM
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Well, I guess the equity partners met and drank a big ole glass of koolaid.

Donk's forecasts for the New Year:

1. After an evidentiary hearing, Crappy will be found to have violated 91.13, or such other operational counts as May be allowed by amendment;

2. The NTSB will affirm the findings of fact and conclusions of law of the law judge (Gerrity will recuse himself after the FAA moves for such)(Crap will be called adverse and damned out of his own mouth); and,

3. Post Perez, the D.C. Circuit will P.C. affirm the NTSB, or apply existing precedent affording deference to the FAA interpretation of an unambiguous statute.

When one can no longer distinguish fact from advocacy, it's time to put out the fire and go home.

But the question lingers: if, as Trap claims, his stake is only ten grand, who is financing this, and why?

IS THIS THE SECRET WEAPON BM IMPLIED HE'D DROP? Do, Re, Mi.

Edit. 4. Dominic will be back early as Donk is going to the Carribean!
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