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Even though it's disputed money/assets, it's still the estate's possession until someone declares it otherwise correct? I mean tax refunds belong to the estates for now since WMI paid the taxes and the checks were probably written out to WMI. Until a judge somewhere declares this much goes to WMI, this much belongs to JPMC, etc, then we divy it up. But for now, those tax refunds belong to the estate and should be on the MORs and not in some escrow account. This applies to all other "disputed" assets. Visa shares belong to the estate. Unvalued wind farms belong to the estate. BOLI/COLI belongs to the estate, unless it was ILLEGALLY transferred over to JPMC and ILLEGALLY liquidated, which should provide the estate the appropriate reimbursement. Plus,like in little JAKE's letter to the court, the subs have not even been valued, and I'm not even sure they're disputed. Just dropped off the map like they never existed. You see my point. If we were to add up all these things, there is MORE THAN ENOUGH to pay off creditors and put A > L with the shareholders in charge. So I think your statement about not having enough "non-disputed" money to pay off creditors to demonstrate a better GSA POR is misleading and false. As a matter of fact, there are a few things that stick out in my mind about some of your statements on the boards. Most notably, when you were adamant about how the judge was referring to a decision on the DIMEQs instead of the entire POR in general. I think you were going to say you would eat crow. Now, you're saying the GSA is not dead until someone actively withdraws from it. Technically this is true. But realistically, if that was the case, the court would not have asked for an extension to 1/31/11 in the first place if she felt there was no definite expiration date. So instead, I would say consider it dead unless someone revives it. And since the 3rd party releases are of paramount importance, I think JPMC and FDIC have pulled the plug from the ventilator and are gonna let it go to the morgue. This is not a personal attack against you, but it shows that sometimes you dont have the right grip on the issues, IMHO of course. Anyhow, I do applaud you for standing up in court a long time ago to request to have things put in the docket. At least, I think that was you. I know you're a long as am I, but we should iron out some of the errors in our opinions. If I'm wrong, please correct me as well.