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Posted By: Walt Mathers on: 11/30/2005 17:22:37 EDT
Subject: Hope We're Welcome to Answers Chris Anders

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Chris,

Perhaps its just that I lack the understanding you say and that it is your opinion that someone should 'attempt' to help me (as you say in an earlier post) with a 2'X4'. But, unfortunately, I have come to another stumbling block with two of your statements,, one here and one other public statement you have made elsewhere, to wit:

"What I am referring to is the definition and obtainment of goals for any event. No matter if it is the worst biggest farbfest, or 10 man button peeing contest, there are stated goals, and each participant has their own set.", and;

"Allowing the minority of rule-breaking non-conformists to ruin an event for thousands is wrong, and steps need to be taken to correct it."

What constitutes being a non-conformist to historical accuracy when speaking of issuing hand-held radios to your engineer officers? While I'm at it, whatever influenced your thought processes for you to come up with the issue-radios-to-engineers idea? I know one of your new catch phrases is having 'a re-enactor owned event'. Was it something you read or the slogan -
"Every Man's Home is His Castle"?

Inquiring flag floppers wanna know.

Sinc- Sig- & Tnx,
Walt Mathers

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