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6-14-2010 @ 5:37PM
Another excellent article Amy!Straight to the point, perfect length (for a Q&A, I don't mind the other longer articles either) and while it's an article detached from the game itself, it's always relevant and interesting to read.If anything I don't know how to feel for Michael, he is certainly lucky the judge didn't demand more from him, but in another light he knowingly did the wrong thing and profited from it...
6-14-2010 @ 6:03PM
Hivetyrant, I think the judge's decision may have been worse for Michael than a higher amount. If it were too high, he'd likely get the bankruptcy judge to help him deal with it. Since it's potentially something his company can pay, he's less likely to get the whole thing waived.
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