Over the course of this year, I have been taking a walk down memory lane and looking back on 15 years of contributing to CCRcorp publications. Today I unearth the most wacky thing I have done with CCRcorp, and that is the forever classic “Sarbanes-Oxley Report.” I had hoped that perhaps the Sarbanes-Oxley Report had disappeared from the Internet sometime during the past 15 years, but sure enough, it is still available in all its wackiness on TheCorporateCounsel.net.
I have a few observations looking back at the bizarre episodes of the Sarbanes-Oxley Report. First, it is very obvious that these episodes were filmed before the invention of the iPhone. For some reason, it looks like we filmed them using a Kodak Brownie 9mm movie camera from the 1950s, but I am certain that we had more recent technology. Second, I am glad in many ways that I got to be the straight man to Billy Broc Oxley, because I probably would not be writing about these episodes today if I had to wear the wigs. Third, I am glad that the episodes are very short. Fourth, these episodes of the Sarbanes-Oxley Report remind me to not take myself too seriously. Finally, the Sarbanes-Oxley Report reminds me of how Broc Romanek was always willing to push the envelope to both educate and entertain our members.
– Dave Lynn