On 11/02/2008, Anthony <wikimail(a)inbox.org> wrote:
On Feb 11, 2008 3:38 PM, Thomas Dalton
It can be separated on the budget, but apparently, in
the end, it is
still "travel"... I know it is misleading, I am not so happy with that
If you're not happy with it, why did you vote to approve it? You
shouldn't ever vote to approve financial statements that you know to
It's misleading to us mere mortals - I guess to accountants it's just
the way things are done. To my knowledge, Ant isn't an accounting
expert, so she has to base her vote on the advice she receives from
those that are.
That's all fine and well, but if she receives advice from someone and
is happy with their explanation, then she shouldn't later say she
isn't happy with it and that it's misleading.
I don't have a problem with the statement. I have a problem with
someone voting to approve a statement that they don't understand.
Acknowledging that something is misleading is not the same as not
understanding it. If she didn't understand it, she most likely asked
someone to explain it to her before voting. She said she wasn't happy
with the way it was presented, not that she wasn't happy with the