Victor Hugo once wrote that the one thing more powerful than all the armies on earth was an idea whose time has come. Adhering to that belief, one could argue that the idea of ending the LAX Hilton's 22-year string of hosting the annual California Accounting and Business Show is definitely an idea whose time has come. Let's face it, when a venue has a $9.95-per day-high-speed Internet service that can't read a Safari browser, or, for that matter, is unable to muster even a modicum of air conditioning for all the exhibition floor space, it's probably time to begin soliciting requests for proposals.
But I digress.
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