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Blockbuster Asks Creditors For Money

Faltering video-rental behemoth Blockbuster Inc. is asking its bondholders for $200 to $250 million so it can exit bankruptcy. What do you think?

  • "I'd love to help, but Mrs. Geithner and I already loaned AIG $170 billion, so we're a little short at the moment."

    Timothy Geithner U.S. Treasury Secretary
  • "Will they accept mailed-in payments, or do you have to drop it in the return slot?"

    Kurt Williams Kennel Attendant
  • "Speaking of, have we still not found Harry And The Hendersons? Did anyone look behind the basement couch? This family is the worst."

    Heather Roberts Dairy Nutrition Consultant

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