all she told me was that Big Jim and his redheaded older son Jim don't get along. That's why Kevin's running the show? And why he's a non-player you're right.
same to you.....smoky.....lol
in the next 24 hours, Kevin will make an announcement; not Jimmy or Jim. Don't know Jimmy, but MY sources say he's a non-player. Have a pleasant evening. I'm going to watch golf. It's something that Jim Sr wanted to learn, but his former playing "friend" found a better partner. And as they say in your neck of the woods, "don't ya know?"
do you have problems comprehending things buddy? I didn't say Jimbo was retired, I said I wus (almost).
about like Jimbo. let's call it semi-retired.
oh btw, my reliable sources said Kevin's redheaded older stepbrother Jimmy oughta been the one running the show over thar????
Didn't even know it till tonite. my reliable sources knows all the management figures on the Board of Directors. She's the one who told me Buffett had this thing in the bag by the way and still swears by it. I bet her another five dollar gift certificate at Back Yard Burgers that Buffett would lose this one!
I dunno? She won the last bet several months ago on another deal I bet her on? She's a mortgage banker with NBC bank, her hubby's a supervisor at some OEM autoparts firm over in Maryville? They know all these people....Big church goers.
trust me. Jimbo, as you call him, is not retired but working tonite on this (his) deal. He's calling the shots. Kevin will make the announcement in the next 24 hours that Jim writes. I'll bet you some Sonny's bar-b-que on that one!
shucks I'm retired buddy....I managed the Cincinnati Trailer Park for ten years and worked for Dan Rolfes of the Holiday Homes empire in Ohio. Owned several screen printing and advertising companies too. And my achievements are in Marquis Who's Who in America!!!
That's what it is saying on Bloomberg.
July 28 (Bloomberg) -- Cerberus Capital Management, a New York-based investment firm, may make a bid later today for Clayton Homes, a mobile home maker that Warren Buffett wants to buy for $1.7 billion, Clayton Chief Executive Officer Kevin Clayton said.
``There was some indication that we would hear from them after the market closes,'' Clayton said in an interview, referring to Cerberus. ``The board is on standby and we expect to
Richard Auletta, a spokesman for Cerberus declined to comment.
Clayton shareholders are scheduled to vote on Wednesday on Buffett's offer.