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post #19651 of 57758
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Originally Posted by Plestor View Post

A captial raising either costs you money as a shareholder (read you pay the company) or dilutes your share. If you don't participate you get FXH's figure (-78% return). Otherwise if you take your max allotment you get a (.72*13/ {3.30*7+1.02*6})-1 (-68% return). [All other factors have been ignored because I'm lazy].

You hardly need a work experience new grad screen jockey in meerkats and a spread collar to sweat a spreadsheet and NPV or PE to work out Billabong has had its day and is on its way to an asset strip and bonuses for execs and board prior to a windup or trading at .05c and blame everybody but themselves. A torn back of envelope would do.
post #19652 of 57758
A couple of pairs of shoes that are going to the Op Shop in less than 48 hours unless someone wants here wants them smile.gif

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post #19653 of 57758
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Originally Posted by Charlie's Wardrobe View Post


Yeah I though you would know. Never had a lot to do with him but our few exchanges were pleasant, but I also know he rubbed a lot of people up the wrong way. Just haven't seen him post at all even in the other threads for about a month though and don't read any of the other forums enough to notice if he is over at one of them.

 

I believe he's taking a hiatus from the forums.

post #19654 of 57758
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post


Not the old PS interview matrix spreadsheet where you work backwards to score so that the acting person gets the job and its all the parts but no whole?

 

Nothing beats working your ass off and getting a D KPI Rating.

 

Long live KPI performance ratings.

post #19655 of 57758
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Originally Posted by Romp View Post


Either way, the PE firm looked and walked away

Pretty much what I do outside a Billabong store

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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

Avoiding work is getting harder and harder - it's actually hard work in itself. Some days I think I would be better off just doing it.

We all think like this sometimes PoP, but don't give up the fight.
post #19656 of 57758
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Originally Posted by Charlie's Wardrobe View Post

Yeah I though you would know. Never had a lot to do with him but our few exchanges were pleasant, but I also know he rubbed a lot of people up the wrong way. Just haven't seen him post at all even in the other threads for about a month though and don't read any of the other forums enough to notice if he is over at one of them.

Too many precious pork chops on SF.

Fritzl would have pissed off a heckuva lot of them...
post #19657 of 57758
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Originally Posted by ColdEyedPugilist View Post


Too many precious pork chops on SF.
Fritzl would have pissed off a heckuva lot of them...

 

Too many new 20 year old kids on the block, asking questions that only a style virgin would ask.

post #19658 of 57758
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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post

Too many new 20 year old kids on the block, asking questions that only a style virgin would ask.

 

Never really thought that was an issue here, save the hornet-nest-kicking "want to wear double monks but afraid of looking gay" post a few pages ago.

post #19659 of 57758
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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post

Too many new 20 year old kids on the block, asking questions that only a style virgin would ask.
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Originally Posted by jmills View Post

Never really thought that was an issue here, save the hornet-nest-kicking "want to wear double monks but afraid of looking gay" post a few pages ago.

I've got no problems with people trying to learn and asking anything. Theres no stupid questions .. etc.
nor do I have any great problem with the double monk question - well aside from correcting the attitude of looking gay - whatever that is.-

The thing that ruins forums is experts running a correct line who know sfa and put down newcomers and don't support a spirit of inquiry. This little corner of SF has managed to avoid most of that.
post #19660 of 57758

Anyone interested in a copy of Flusser's Dressing the Man for $40? It's mint minus a slight rip in the cover (talking millimetres). 

post #19661 of 57758
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

Not the old PS interview matrix spreadsheet where you work backwards to score so that the acting person gets the job and its all the parts but no whole?

Sadly no this is more dickhead one was more suitable for the role as knew more than dickhead two.
post #19662 of 57758
Flusser's Dressing the Man for $40

Now thats title that would sell.

I've got a Flusser brand shirt if anyone wants one to wrap the book in.
post #19663 of 57758
got home and the first thing i did was try on the NF denim


its going to be painful the first wear.
will have to hem them a bit as im a short arse
post #19664 of 57758
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Originally Posted by Plestor View Post

Otherwise if you take your max allotment you get a (.72*13/ {3.30*7+1.02*6})-1 (-68% return). [All other factors have been ignored because I'm lazy].

Spoken like a mathematician! smile.gif
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

The thing that ruins forums is experts running a correct line who know sfa and put down newcomers and don't support a spirit of inquiry. This little corner of SF has managed to avoid most of that.

+1. I've always tried to be relatively humble in my views and opinions, and to put things tactfully and I hope that I've generally been successful in that.

However, I'm sometimes surprised to see new members who will join knowing little and asking lots of questions, and within six or eight weeks will be self-appointed experts, chiding other members, giving them a tongue lashing for wearing something that's not "appropriate business dress" or which doesn't have the right degree of tie-knot-dimpling and so on.
post #19665 of 57758

Guys where do you go for socks?

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