"A bunch of innocents thinking a church lottery makes better news than fooling people and squandering billions", he growled.
He was not happy. And not because he didn’t have a ticket.
Marshall is going to have to add two-word phrases soon. And “Forensic Audit” seems a good place to begin.
Why would expect something different from Nalcor, anyway?
On occasion, he is heard to imitate the CEO: "Now, I want to finish strong", he would say over and over. "Yes, I want to finish strong" - trying it in one octave, then another - only to keel over in fits of laughter; that boat having been long left the wharf.
I wonder if I tried on Gnarley the idea of 'Chase the Ace' for rate mitigation.
ust as sensible as waiting for the senior executives at Nalcor to get out of town, if we wait three years for a Forensic Audit', he would likely reply.