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Re: in defense of BNL (Chairman's response)
Thank God I do not hold a national office in a national club for I would be
fired and so would a lot of the new guys who just sit around and complain.
My hat is off to Dr. Dan,Ted, Tom, and the many others that work year round
for no money to put up with the complaints. All of those guys have a life to
live along with fishrooms to run. If you find the BNL so darn important then
add 50 more tanks to your fishroom and work on them and list the fish and
eggs that you have elsewhere if the BNL is to slow for you. Take time to
work with your own faults before you start on others. I for one just got
finished packing over 40 dozen eggs to ship out to folks and did not have to
use the BNL to do it. There are other ways to do things that are faster and
we are all well aware of it. The BNL is behind times and we are all well
aware of it but these guys are doing the best that they can considering what
and who they have to work with Gary.
killiman at indy_net
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Gary Bartell" <garybartell at sprintmail_com>
To: <killietalk at aka_org>
Sent: Sunday, July 30, 2000 9:44 AM
Subject: RE: BNL (Chairman's response)
> Mister Chairman,
> I for one am very tired of the excuses. I've heard about late
> to the F & E Listings, and that the Postal Service is to blame also a
> other poor excuses. Let me point out that I for one sent a F & E
> Listing to Dan that was a day late I was told that it would have to wait
> the next BNL. Now I hear all this talk about late F & E listings holding
> the process (so does this mean that you have to be part of the in crowd to
> have a late F & E printed?) As for the Postal Service these people handle
> millions of pieces of mail and all our people have is about a thousand. I
> for one think if you take on the job, then do it, or don't take it at all.
> True this is a hobby and hobbies are supposed to be enjoyable. But the
> enjoyment is dampened when you don't get what you paid for. The BNL is our
> primary source of communication with each other and it should always be on
> time. I've heard it said that the printer delayed the printing at some
> point. Is there only one printer in the country that can print the BNL?
> it ain't like it's a major publication.
> Face the facts that you can't attract new members to an organization that
> is falling apart because it does not deliver what it is supposed to on
> Let me say one last thing here I don't remember seeing any of the people
> involved with the process asking for any help.
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