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I think there’s a whole huge population of filmmakers who are not getting giant, mainstream opportunities and there’s a tremendous amount of resources out there in the world with enormous talent. It was just a matter of being resourceful. The talent was still very thoughtfully selected; it wasn’t by any means arbitrary.
This week I was part way through writing my next installment in my series on probable near term catalysts for Iconix Brand Group (NASDAQ: ICON). The topic was the hiring of a new CEO resolving one of the uncertainties affecting the company. Last night, an announcement by Iconix after the market closed forced me to complete it right away: The company announced its new CEO will be John Haugh, an experienced retail executive who has worked for General Mills, Universal Studios, Payless ShoeSource, Mars, Build A Bear and Luxottica/Sunglass Hut.
In the beginning of any of my businesses, I knew people would do business with me if they only knew me. I also knew that once they got to know me, eventually they would like me, and more importantly trust me. Then I would be able to conduct business with them for years to come..
The most obvious solution is to deed the Q site to the Chargers and let them develop it as they see fit, with lots of commercial development around it on land given by the City. If anything the Citybshould contribute to the demolition and clean up of the Q but with new taxes ( like the Pades) from new surounding new development whatever the city contributes would be repaid. Traffic and the value and development potential of land near downtown makes it impractical and too expensive.
And your rejection of $2.4 billion in federal funds to build the system which would have created thousands of jobs will bite you in your luminescent, bony ass. If there’s one principle constant among state politicians of both red and blue ilk, it’s this: Money from Washington is glorious. It is to be accepted with no argument.
At the same time, don be fooled: Trey Parker and Matt Stone are more than willing to go back to the old bag of tricks and go well below good taste for laughs. In fact, their movie: South Park: Bigger, Longer, Uncut is in the Guiness Book of World Records for most obscenities in a movie, with a count of over three hundred. South Park also broke a swearing record in the episdoe “It Hits the Fan,” when the word “shit” was used unedited for a total of 162 times, or an average of once every eight s!South Park is not a cartoon meant for kids, but for adults and college students, and as the creators continue to adjust and grow with the show, they ensure that it will be around for a long time to come..