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Impress Us in This Friday’s Open Items Thread

We've all survived another week — except if you haven't — so you've earned the right to discuss anything you like but we'd like to be impressed.

Yes, this is Open Items where you can talk your love/hate relationship with the PCAOB, IRS, SEC, your clients, professors, co-workers, bosses, Going Concern writers, CPA review provider, coffee, fast food, OR kvetch/humblebrag about your salary, bonus, work-life balance, lack of direction or anything else that comes to mind.

Of course, as we said, we'd like you to be funny, insightful, charming, or witty in the process, so have fun. Don't disappoint us. 

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