Luke's "one that got away" who dumped him because he failed college. Gomer misses his podcast wife.
Take Gomer to the Woodshed
Gomer's sad moment in Father's Day was a homily that went nowhere for 40 minutes, but everything else was fantastic.
Luke has an "A" right now for grad school, worth 5 points, but it still counts!
Then Luke goes on and on about how much he loves his cohort and the school and the basilica and yadda, yadda, yadda.
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- Mendoza College of Business — Ed Hums is in his fourteenth year as a full-time faculty member of the Mendoza College of Business and currently teaches financial and managerial accounting to undergraduates and team teaches a course in the Masters in Non-Profit Administration program. He also lectures in the Executive Education program at the University and at various corporate locations. For several years Ed played a major role in the Notre Dame – St. Mary’s Tax Assistance Program. Ed will also serve as the faculty adviser for the Notre Dame Accounting Association. In addition to his teaching and lecturing, Ed monitors the rail industry.
- Mendoza College of Business — Accountancy Professor Ken Milani’s most recent research and writing have focused on foreign partners and the operating activities of partnerships. Recent articles co-authored by Milani have explored the income tax implications of U.S. real property interests owned by non-resident alien partners, alternative ways of placing property into a partnership, and the advantages of altering a partner’s adjusted basis as an income tax planning tool.