Yep he sho’ is:
Why is he lucky? Because there no time for me to dissect the report on DMR’s operations today. I’ve read the reader comments left here on same and am amused professionally. CPAs always write “to the inside” and the Horne CPA Group report is no different. Did anyone find the problems Slabbed uncovered in the artificial reef program mentioned? It is not in there by name but it is in there folks.
I caution the readers about substituting their judgments on risk assessment for Horne’s though I will not illustrate why right now in the interest of time. I did make sure the part I thought was most important made it out on Twitter yesterday and I see Paul Hampton got the takeaway and included it at the end of his comprehensive piece on yesterday’s developments.
This review is a damning portrait of the Bill Walker tenure at DMR so how about another lovely song.
The best part for me was one of Hampton’s earliest stories on the report’s release and I want to encourage everyone to read it too. If the takeaway is the report sayeth much of nothing, then I’d urge a second and third reads because it not only sheds light and context on all the bad things that have surfaced in the media, it gives us a roadmap to hone in on where the investigation is focusing. The fact that Mr. Asper wants people to make like Officer Barbrady and “move along, nothing to see here” gives us a clue the report is well worth reading and dissecting for it is damning.
Stay tuned while I sharpen my knife.