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Re: BNL (Chairman's response)
I'm just a hobbiest, but I do a fair amount of volunteer work in other
organizations. I have been reading the responses to "Chairman's response" ,
and with all the members that have the apparent knowledge on how to do the
BNL and F & E a better way , there should be no problem to have a list of
member dying to take over the responsiblity. To whom should these eager
volunteers be directed to?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gary Bartell" <garybartell at sprintmail_com>
To: <killietalk at aka_org>
Sent: Sunday, July 30, 2000 10:44 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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