September 20, 2021

Greg Kyte Almost Got His Butt Kicked Over Value Pricing at AccountingWEB Live

In case you haven't noticed, the GC Brain Trust is in Dallas, TX this week for AccountingWEB Live, which would explain why we've been a little quiet the last few days.

After Ron Baker's session, entitled Trashing the Timesheet: A Declaration of Independence, AWeb Live panelist Mark Lloydbottom stormed on set and accused Greg of being a "VeraSage stooge." I'm not joking, those were his exact words. Apparently Mark is not a fan of the Gospel According to Ron Baker.

With only 10 minutes between sessions, we were short on time for Mark to clock Greg in the face, but he very nearly did.

We've still got part of the day left, we'll let you know if Greg ends up with a shiner. If he does, it's all good, we've got makeup on set.

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