If I was in his position, I'd feel the same way. He made the best decision he could, and that's all one can do.
"... the fact is, that a year after losing the use of their legs, and a year after winning the Lotto, lottery winners and paraplegics are equally happy with their lives."
"In fact a recent study -- this almost floors me -- a recent study showing how major life traumas affect people, suggests that if it happened over three months ago, with only a few exceptions, it has no impact whatsoever on your happiness."
Dan Gilbert, http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/dan_gilbert_asks_why_are_...
But from reading this it appears this may be one of the best examples of why not to play around with lawyer stuff if you are not a lawyer.
Don't write a partnership agreement. Form a corporation and then you are not liable for the debts of others. That is law 101.
Am I missing something to this story?
You can almost hear the other two saying "This thing is going to huge".
And him saying "well maybe...good luck guys, I'm out.
He must have failed to grasp something essential about the enterprise to make that decision.
So maybe it's all good he just wasn't an apple man. :)
EDIT: Scratch that. It's the partnership laws of the state, not the agreement that he apparently had issues with. Still depressing, but at least not as idiotic as I thought.