Steven E. Siesser is quoted in Noisey, a VICE Media property, discussing the financial problems that bankrupted Hard Rock Park nearly 10 years ago. The article examines investor behavior during the pre-crisis credit boom, noting that riskier investments occur when a market is overvalued. Siesser describes investor behavior during this time as a feeding frenzy. “It's like fishing for mahi-mahi,” he said. “One comes along, then all their friends arrive, and pretty soon they're hitting a bare hook and you can pull 30 of them out of the water in the space of 30 minutes.”