It has been a very busy week! Almost everything is already set. Ready to go, indeed!
Other than the shopping spree last Sundaythat I have been to, I’ve nothing more to say. I spent around twenty thousand pesos for shopping! Can you believe that?
Well, to my avid readers, I guess we’ll just read from each other when I’ll be in Doha, Qatar.
Doha (Arabic: ??????;, Ad-Daw?ah or Ad-D??ah), population 400,051 (2005 census), is the capital of Qatar, and is at 25.3° N 51.5333° E, on the Persian Gulf. The city is home to Doha International Airport and the major oil and fishing industries. Doha is also home to Education City, an area devoted to research and education.
More info about Doha, Qatar.
Edwin, the other third of the so-called “Lafarge Trio”, and a loyal xanga user is blogging his way to Hong Kong.
More pictures are available at his site.
Here’s a song entitled “I Started a Blog Nobody Read” by the band Sprites under their album Modern Gameplay. It can actually qualify to be the bloggers’ theme song, especially for those are yet starting out.
You can play the song from this page: I Started a Blog Nobody Read.
Lyrics of the song follow:
I started a blog which nobody read,
When I went to work
I blogged there instead.
I started a blog which nobody viewed,
It might be in cache;
The topics include:
“George Bush is an evil moron”;
“What’s the story with revolving doors?”;
“I’m in love with a girl who doesn’t know I exist”;
“Nobody hates preppies anymore”.
I started a blog but nobody came,
No issues were raised;
No comments were made;
I started a blog which nobody read;
I’ll admit that it wasn’t that great;
But if you must know here’s what it said:
“100 of my favorite albums”;
“200 people I can’t take”;
“400 movies I would want to recommend”;
“10 celebrities (4 of whom I might assasinate)”;
I started a blog,
I sent you the link;
I wanted the world (and you) to know what I think
I started a blog,
but when I read yours;
It made me forget
what I had started mine for.
The introduction of International Accounting Standards (IAS) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) ushered in more disclosure requirements in an entity’s financial statements. Oftentimes, additional narrative explanation are required for a particular note item in the Notes to Financial Statements. Transparency in financial reporting, you say, huh.
IAS 2, Inventories, in particular, requires a company to disclose among others, the accounting policies adopted in measuring inventories, the carrying amount of inventories carried at cost and the carrying amount of inventories carried at net realizable value.
Complexities, however, arise when a company allocates a provision for inventories specifically identified as obsolete or are impaired, and in such a case are measured at net realizable values. Generalizing in the notes that “Inventories are stated at net realizable value,” (when in fact only a few distinguished items are affected) cast a serious hassle on the part of the reporting entity.
So many places…
So many faces, so many races
Different voices, different choices
Some are mad, while others laugh
Some live alone with no better half
(excerpt from Kaleidoscope World by Francis M)
Back in high school, I was particularly ignorant on what path should I take. Everybody’s got a plan on what to take up in college, while I still wonder.
When we were given the application forms for the UP College Admission Test (UPCAT), I was browsing through the choices of courses I have. Basically, Diliman was not a choice. It would be too far away from home, and my parents won’t allow that. Therefore, I only have either the Iloilo City Campus or Miag-ao.
Frankly, I want it closer to the city. It would be where life really is. That’s why I’ve narrowed my selection to the Iloilo City Campus, which offered only Management courses. The Iloilo City campus is the home of the UPV College of Management. And the most viable course for me would be B.S. Accountancy.
Just another get together dinner by the team, in Aling Tonya’s Seafood Palutuan, Seaside Mart, Baclaran. I don’t really want to elaborate anymore. For sure, this will stay forever in our memory. That once…..blah blah blah…
To acknowledge my avid visitors and convey credits to my top commentators, I’ve installed a plugin called “Show Top Commentators” by Jeffrey Strain. You can see the top eight (8) commentators at the sidebar, just above the “Recent Comments” section.
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To Edwin, Jogar, Rodney, Doms, Gil Martin, Wilson, Barn, and Humberjet, thank you very much!
Published in http://www.sec.gov/news/press/2006/2006-136.htm:
SEC Offers Further Relief From Section 404 Compliance for Smaller Public Companies and Many Foreign Private Issuers
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Washington D.C., Aug. 9, 2006 – The Securities and Exchange Commission today issued two releases to grant smaller public companies and many foreign private issuers further relief from compliance with Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. The relief is in furtherance of the “next steps for Sarbanes-Oxley implementation” (SEC Press Release 2006-75) announced on May 17, 2006, and includes some new initiatives not previously announced.
Today’s releases follow the July 11, 2006, publication of a Concept Release soliciting public comment on guidance for management the SEC plans to issue to assist companies in assessing their internal controls over financial reporting.
The old business is back.
All kinds of loads (Smart Eload, Globe Autoload, and Sun Xpressload) as well as prepaid cards are available here. But wait, you have to pay first before I’ll send out any load. No credit line, I’m sorry. All major and minor credit cards cannot be accepted.
That’s business, you know. You need to have a working capital or revolving fund to hold out your business against the harsh economy.