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Monday, October 24, 2005

Phone Home

Tomorrow, in case you had all forgotten, is the day that the result of the ICAEW merger vote will be announced.

Unfortunately, I will not be able to attend the meeting.

However, I wonder if there is anyone who is attending who would be willing to call me with the result as and when it is announced?

I will then post the result here, as soon as I know it.

If there is anyone willing to volunteer to call, please could you email me and I will let you know my contact number.

I would be very grateful.

Thanks for your help and support on this.

Ken

4 comments:

  1. A report of the Battle of Moorgate Place, October 25, 2005:

    Forward, the Old Brigade!
    Was a soul undismay'd?
    Yet the wise members knew
    Someone had blunder'd:
    Their's not to make reply,
    Their's not to reason why,
    Their's but to do and die:
    Into the valley of Death
    Strode the horde sunder'd

    Original masterpiece 1854 - Alfred, Lord Tennyson
    Memorializing Events in the Battle of Balaclava, October 25, 1854.

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  2. Ken,

    The results are out. I leave you to comment then DELETE this message.

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  3. Ken,

    Accountancy Magazine could'nt even calculate the margin correctly.

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  4. When can their glory fade?
    O the great stand they made
    Not that they blunder'd.
    Honour the stand they made!
    Honour the True Brigade:
    Nurse All the wounded.

    October 25 (from the past)


    2005: ICAEW, 45,823 days - still going strong.
    26/5/1880 , then there were 2.
    W G Howgrave apponted secretary at £400 pa
    with a clerk to assist at £0.90 per week.

    Born:
    1825: Johann Strauss (the Younger).
    1838: Bizet.
    1881: Picasso.

    Died:
    1400: Chaucer
    1647: Torricelli, inventor of the barometer.
    1760: King George.

    Feast Day: of St Crispin, and St George.

    Battles:
    1415: Henry V and the Battle of Agincourt.
    1854: The Charge of the Light Brigade at Balaclava.

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