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10-26-2012, 12:50 PM
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Obviously the cancellation of the Classic doesn't immediately mean the cancellation of the season. What I meant is that once the Classic is done, a solid % of revenue is gone and it's pretty much the tipping point. There's no more incentive to meet a deadline.

The season isn't officially over but it might as well be. A few more PR offers, but it's not going to lead to an agreement. Pathetic effort from both sides. I'm kind of curious to see how much money is lost with the cancellation of a full season vs. the amount of money the two are arguing over.

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