It probably came down to taking a lousy deal or a really lousy deal.
Drop your colored pens and come out with your hands up.
Not like *sorry* sorry, but you know how people are when you come over and their house is out of order. It's that kind of sorry.
I know what a lot of you are thinking -- "The PCOAB is a bunch of couldn't hack it in public know-nothings that like nothing more than making hard-working auditors' lives a living hell. And Part II doesn't mean squat."
Sans caps probably.
Stay with me on this; there's a lot to go over.
Failure to meet expectations. Improvement required.
Any requests to change the subject were probably met with "I just think that the subject should resolve itself based on its own momentum."
No really, they're serious about this.