Welllll, I missed the $18.15 bump and have kept it. As I have kept up on as much reading as possible I just don't understand why BROOKFIELD ET. AL. were a better deal than Simon. I don't get the Warrant thing being a better deal for stock holders. It really appeared to me the Simon bid was pretty good for them and less demanding on the stockholders as well as the business. I've read it all and my instincts are Simon was better to get out and later with their history the company would/could flourish. Yours or anyone else listening clarifying thoughts please.Dave
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