Glass lewis backdating
Initially attributed to “isolated computer-system implementation difficulties,” the problems ultimately extended to numerous material weaknesses in internal controls.
By early 2006, when Flowserve, a Dallas-based maker of industrial pumps, seals, and valves, finally filed restated reports going back to 2000, Blinn himself had a new outlook. “They’re a fact of life.” Certainly not a very pleasant one.
Port Manteaux churns out silly new words when you feed it an idea or two.
Enter a word (or two) above and you'll get back a bunch of portmanteaux created by jamming together words that are conceptually related to your inputs.
Robbed 74y female shop keeper with in isolated shop. Readily admitted offence; suffering depression as result of physical illness. Disguised himself and picked up paring knife from kitchen. A involved primarily in robbery, but not armed and played minor role. Took money from till but panicked and left when told safe on alarm and customer arrived. Out of character with no explanation for behaviour.
Considerable assistance (without assistance sentence would have been 11 years.) Morning of offence granted bail for assault and breach AVO. Female taken and kept at hotel room until rescued by police next morning.
Enter "south america" and "chess" and you'll get back words like "checkuador".
The aim of this page is to pass on articles of interest to serving & ex-serving Communicators and interested parties.
I am sure that many of the names listed below will be familiar to many other Communicator shipmates.
Attached is a photo of the ex comms people who were there. Hi fellow comms, It's been a while since I visited the website, due to relocating from Canberra back to Perth (home base) with the company. Shortly after this he gave me 2 hours notice to join HMAS Hobart, the next day it sailed for Vietnam.
From left to right: Doug Conn, Pedro Franklin, John Balcombe, Terry Ryder, Bill Blinkhorn, Arthur Rowley, Ian Broadsmith, Wayne Roots, Bob Cody. While cleaning out old **** I found this great pic of the "Fluffy Duck" about to cheer ship as we approached the RY Brittania as we enter Thai waters. Back Row L to R: Unknown, CRS(S) George Bell, LEUT Reg Forwood, CRS Ron Reavely, LCDR Mike Earlam, Unknown, Geoff Haines. Adrian was so superior in that event, he took off halfway back along the road from Bonshaw and disappeared over the hill towards 1RS. Sandy Mc Nab sends: There are many now retired ex-navy Communicators who after DEE commenced a civilian employment career path with DCA/CAA in Communications, Flight Service and ATC, that would remember John Crisford during their Aviation term transfers here in W. He joined the Department 17/09/1952 and retired 12/01/1980 and passed away a few weeks short of his 94th, a magnificent innings. Surrendered to police; chronic alcoholic and drug addict. Threatened occupants, including 11y female with gun and knife.