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Re: [Membership] Structure of 'at large' membership
Steve and all,
> Till I got to the below response from you, i thought there was some common
> ground. In your response you more than recognize the naming and content
> My aim is to ge these things put up front then figure out how to get a
> structure to handle it.
Structure first, than address the problem(s).
> In response to:
> n a message dated 99-02-06 04:00:14 EST, you write:
> << Rather than someone standing on your foot it sounds more like you
> sit there and think up things that might bother you and then go out and try
> to find them and censor it (church lady syndrome). >>
> Two answers to this comment(?):
> 1- I want to attack the problem Before it occurs rather than wait till after -
> if you had read what i wrote and not what you wanted to read - you would see i
> am trying to be pro-active rather than reactivce.
To be pro-active one must have a predetermined idea as to what the problems
might be. This in turn requires a structure. Hence, structure first, than
problem resolution can occur in a meaningful manner.
> 2- church like - just because i didn't say what action i would take when you
> step on my foot -
> My taking a position that things shouild be identified first in order to
> develop a structure to handle it is proactive not being a waiter as you
Again Steve, you have this completely backwards. Structure first, than
you can establish a resolution through that structure.
> The structure needs to deal with the FREEDOM of Speech Issue. or are you
> saying let everyone do what they want to the detriment of what they want?
Than one should determining that FREEDOM of speech must become an
axiom if this is paramount.
Jeffrey A. Williams
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Information Network Eng. Group. INEG. INC.
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