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******I have to wonder whether Kim's and her compadres' attorneys advised them, in advance, and in writing: "if you take this to trial and lose, you're likely to get hit with having to pay their costs, probably in the range of at least $XXXXX." For those attorneys' sake, they better have.

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It came up in trial that Gibbs was telling potential plaintiffs her lawyers would draw up an agreement that Gibbs would cover any potential payouts in case of a loss, and Gibbs attorneys immediately objected to that line of questioning.

The plaintiffs now (rightfully and by a judges order) owe Mile High tens of thousands of dollars. Go ahead.... run up the bill. Personally, I believe Kimmy's new "call for cash" is an attempt to get the CQS followers to pay that bill as well. It's time for the CQS'ers to derail the money train.

Kimmy's been quoted saying that they have "pledges" for thousands of dollars and they need to collect those dollars and raise more for the appeal. The CQS's Nutcakes are about to find out the difference between getting pledges and collecting those pledges. :P

I think this case is over.

I'm willing to bet some of Kim's (jointly and severally liable!) co-plaintiffs are wondering just WTF they let her get them into, and how can they get out of it?
I also wonder whether their attorneys have good malpractice insurance.

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Andy9o8

*********I have to wonder whether Kim's and her compadres' attorneys advised them, in advance, and in writing: "if you take this to trial and lose, you're likely to get hit with having to pay their costs, probably in the range of at least $XXXXX." For those attorneys' sake, they better have.

:)



It came up in trial that Gibbs was telling potential plaintiffs her lawyers would draw up an agreement that Gibbs would cover any potential payouts in case of a loss, and Gibbs attorneys immediately objected to that line of questioning.

The plaintiffs now (rightfully and by a judges order) owe Mile High tens of thousands of dollars. Go ahead.... run up the bill. Personally, I believe Kimmy's new "call for cash" is an attempt to get the CQS followers to pay that bill as well. It's time for the CQS'ers to derail the money train.

Kimmy's been quoted saying that they have "pledges" for thousands of dollars and they need to collect those dollars and raise more for the appeal. The CQS's Nutcakes are about to find out the difference between getting pledges and collecting those pledges. :P

I think this case is over.

I'm willing to bet some of Kim's (jointly and severally liable!) co-plaintiffs are wondering just WTF they let her get them into, and how can they get out of it?
I also wonder whether their attorneys have good malpractice insurance.

This whole CFQS train is going to crash eventually. Kim just doesn't believe it will.

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Andy9o8

Oh! One more thing that most lawyers understand, which Kim might have just learned the hard way: don't publicly call the trial judge a clueless douche before she's entered her Final Order.



You know, I'd pay money to have a drink with that judge to hear her thoughts on the case.B|
"There are only three things of value: younger women, faster airplanes, and bigger crocodiles" - Arthur Jones.

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Creepy flashback to county network engineer job I worked for awhile.
A couple of the women judges are FREAKS!
One of them, who just loved wearing nothing but lingerie under her cloak was the first person to show me that Adult Friend Finder is a thing.
Whoa.
:D:D:D:D
Damn was she sexxxy.

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A couple of the women judges are FREAKS!
One of them, who just loved wearing nothing but lingerie under her cloak was the first person to show me that Adult Friend Finder is a thing.



I had to read that several times, and I can't tell if that is hot or not hot. :| Was she good looking?

*Edited to add: Is AdultFriendFinder a thing, or a scam to take horny guy's money? I tend to think the latter (have not and will not be a member)
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normiss

Creepy flashback to county network engineer job I worked for awhile.
A couple of the women judges are FREAKS!
One of them, who just loved wearing nothing but lingerie under her cloak was the first person to show me that Adult Friend Finder is a thing.
Whoa.
:D:D:D:D
Damn was she sexxxy.



Being of the generation where internet porn has been free for as long as it mattered to me I am amazed that this post is not flashing on the side of my page.

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Someone just brought up an interesting question for the legal experts:

OK, there are 7 plaintiffs, (including Gibbs). So what happens if some of them want to appeal, and others are opposed to the appeal?
"There are only three things of value: younger women, faster airplanes, and bigger crocodiles" - Arthur Jones.

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An appeal is something you have to do. If you don't want to, you just bow out and not participate in the appeal. *Only those who want to do so will be actual appellants, even though the original caption with all of the names will continue to be reprinted, because that was and is the 'name of the case' - the caption. But, *if one does not want to participate they have to make the legal move to get out. If they don't, they will be swept along as a group.

Possibly some of the original plaintiffs, one by one, will take the necessary steps to withdraw from the appeal process? - leaving only those who don't get out as appellant(s).

It costs money to appeal because it is a procedural nightmare. Only a few lawyers are regularly in this area of practice.

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Possibly some of the original plaintiffs, one by one, will take the necessary steps to withdraw from the appeal process? - leaving only those who don't get out as appellant(s).



I don't know Guy, would YOU want to personally piss off Kim?

I know I would like to drive up and down her street and past her house repeatedly (in first gear). My car is very loud, and I can do 60 in first gear. :)

But like a normal person, I would get bored and move on.

All the evidence is that she is not normal.
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oldwomanc6


All the evidence is that she is not normal.



It's true.

If you watch videos of her interviews it is so obvious that everything is canned. sure, she sucks at public speaking, but it's so OBVIOUS that she does not fully believe what she is saying to the extent that she leads on. Girl is insane.

Armchair diagnosis:
Manic Hyperacusis

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oldwomanc6

All the evidence is that she is not normal.



One thing life has taught me, is that some people are just very unhappy right down to the core of their very being, and the only thing that will make them happy is to make everyone around them as unhappy as they are.

Gibbs seems like one of those people.

I've learned that you don't compromise or reason with these people. (it is an emotional state that doesn't understand reason), instead if you can, you get them out of your life. If you cannot get them out of your life, you need to act assertively to neutralize them. (Being passive or ignoring them just prolongs the situation and they keep coming after you.)

In the case of Ms. Gibbs, I think Mile-High needs to pursue the money that is owned very aggressively and if it makes sense, to counter-sue. Ms. Gibbs won't stop, that much is clear, so they need to go after her to neutralize her.

The best case scenario is the judgement against her grows and she eventually needs to sell her house and move away.

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Wow i just read most of this and this woman is off her rocker. She should come and live where I do. It's a nice suburb north of Dallas and DFW just so happens to start lining up their traffic from the East right over the city. I work at a hospital even closer and at that point they are already on final with the gear down. I NEVER hear them unless I am outside. And they fly over 24/7. It slows a little after midnight but about 3 or 4 the international flights start coming in and they are some big ass jets. She must have super sensitive ears. Even the private jets that go screaming into Addison come over us and it's rare to notice them. And this lady is complaining about a prop plane? Get real. Wait til you have an Airbus a380 come over you at a few thousand feet. Or a Gulfstream 650. Much louder to me.

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AlanS

*** All the evidence is that she is not normal.



I've learned that you don't compromise or reason with these people. (it is an emotional state that doesn't understand reason), instead if you can, you get them out of your life. If you cannot get them out of your life, you need to act assertively to neutralize them. (Being passive or ignoring them just prolongs the situation and they keep coming after you.)


Excellent advice!

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On a related topic:

http://www.pressdemocrat.com/home/4200568-181/equestrian-center-resort-planned-for

Developer wants to kill the whole airport since it wouldn't mesh with his resort plans. Anyone want to give a rebuttal to the claim that it should go away because it operates in the red? Some people are complaining that the skydive operation should pony up more money to help bridge the gap. Of course, the KG types near the airport probably would be happy if the airport went away.

P.S. the site wants you to register, but it seems to me to depend on your browser/cookies/etc whether or not you can read the article.

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Elisha

On a related topic:

http://www.pressdemocrat.com/home/4200568-181/equestrian-center-resort-planned-for

Developer wants to kill the whole airport since it wouldn't mesh with his resort plans. Anyone want to give a rebuttal to the claim that it should go away because it operates in the red? Some people are complaining that the skydive operation should pony up more money to help bridge the gap. Of course, the KG types near the airport probably would be happy if the airport went away.

P.S. the site wants you to register, but it seems to me to depend on your browser/cookies/etc whether or not you can read the article.



Fuck the resort. The airport was there first. And as long as people want the airport there, it should stay. The developers should do something else with the property.

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If the airport is not sustainable, and the developer would like something else there, then simple. The developer should make a real cash offer for the property. All I see in this story is typical big talk about a potential project. We've all seen this sort of thing in our own home towns. Money talks, bullshit walks.
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Definitely in agreement with both of you! Yes, the developer just wants their resort on the property just NORTH of the airport.

I was more wondering if you someone can make a brief valid argument for General Aviation (given a token reference in the article).

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Unlikely that the airport closes. Without question it took FAA grant money -- probably millions over time. If the jurisdiction receiving the airport grant funds shuts down the airport, they must refund the grant funds back to the FAA. That's like a gun to the head of any municipality that has normal financial issues.
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Unlikely that the airport closes. Without question it took FAA grant money -- probably millions over time. If the jurisdiction receiving the airport grant funds shuts down the airport, they must refund the grant funds back to the FAA. That's like a gun to the head of any municipality that has normal financial issues.



Good.

I'm hoping the result is: fck the developer - go away! And the airport is left alone.

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