Thanks for your rebuttal to my posts yesterday about why the tax free spin-off won't work.
I found it to be one of the funniest things you've ever written.
Eric, the elegant solution is always the simple solution. Even if I take your factually questionable post at face value the complications of making it work will make the U.S. Operation in Afghanistan look like a rip roaring success. Yhoo will be stuck in a quagmire of half executed plans and unfilled dreams.
Your strategy is a ridiculous as the First Boston plan to bid more than KKR for RJR Nabisco because it thought it had found a small tax loophole.
By the way, your patent ploy is also full of holes, but I've been saying that in response to Argent's post for years.
Eric, I've also figured out which Alias you post under.
If you think Yahoo will fetch $41/share you are out of your mind. Hell, if you think Yahoo can fetch over $30 per share you are out of your mind. Trying to figure out best case scenarios is what got Jerry in trouble last time. The board is not in a strong position in these negotiations. They can not get the best case scenario valuation. Look for a number closer to $23-$26.