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@James Thomas Rook Jr.  Basically everything runs well until one day it doesn't. ;-)  Oops.

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On 6/27/2018 at 7:08 PM, TheWorldNewsOrg said:

The debt load for U.S. corporations has reached a record $6.3 trillion, according to S&P Global.

It's all about assets and cash flow.   If you have hundreds of trillions of dollars in assets, and a cash flow that makes one line of your expenses able to service your debt ... the train keeps rollin' along.

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24 minutes ago, James Thomas Rook Jr. said:

The only real constant in this Universe is continuous change.

"Stuff Happens".

it always will.

Toys-R-Us failed after many years of bad, ininspired management ... Amazon.com lost money for over 5 years according to a well managed GOOD strategic plan, and rose to the ascendancy it now enjoys.

Competency always works better than applied cluelessness.

Stuff happens.



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