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  • smokedlobster smokedlobster Nov 12, 2013 1:21 PM Flag

    One from the CN/ CP time capsule......enjoy!

    "... y'all giving Ewing H H way too much credit for IC, sooo does smoke who thinks that Hunter walks on water... Ed Moyers is the one who turned IC 'round, making it profitable and an ideal strategic partner for CN... when Hunter took the reins of IC, he simply followed Moyers' plan... before Moyers took over, IC had been sliced and diced...

    guess, we're (referring to himself and fellow poster 'beagle badge') 'bout the only ones on either CNI or CP's message boards, who believe that another will take the reins of CP, besides Ewing H H... and if Ewing H H does take the reins, it won't be for long, 'till he fails most miserably... CNI and CP are fundamentally different... particularly with infrastructure costs, geography challenges, customer base, balance sheet opportunities, to name a few of the differences... with what Ewing H H did at CN, just won't work at CP... Fred actually had a good plan in place, just needed time for its execution... yet time to do the job, is what #$%$ like Pershing looks for, to buy in, then disrupt, sell their pie in the sky story to other greedy shareholders, for which isn't all that difficult to do, then once the peak of excitement arrives, selling off and making a handsome profit... for which then, either one like Fred will have to come in and pick up the pieces, or CP will be sliced and diced, sold off in pieces itself... "

    -Yahoo Messageboard poster 'be.pick'; comment made on the CNI board during the CP proxy fight in 2011.

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