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<<If you are going to "keep going" after the bankruptcy (Chapter 11, rather than 7) you need cash to pay the bills in the intervening time. Workers do not come to work without a paycheck, vendors will not advance inventory without payment, landlords must be paid, the electric company wants its check.>>


Actually, you would be surprised what all those creditors will sometimes do do in order to keep a cusrtomer in business.

Just for openers, I'll bet that hundreds of thousand of UAW workers would have taken a variety of sharp cuts in order to keep their jobs.


But go ahead Goofyhoofy, keep imagining that your way is the only way. It's what you usually do and what you are good at doing.



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